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Wanderlove by [Malory, Belle]
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About the Author

Belle Malory lives in enchanted castle with a beast and talking dishes...no...wait...that's the Disney version. Ms. Malory's life, on the other hand, is a little more ordinary. However, she is like the Disney Belle in the aspect that they both read a lot of books. Aside from reading, Belle enjoys writing young adult novels, mainly in the paranormal romance and urban fantasy sub-genres. She thinks YA books are awesome, and refuses to outgrow them. In her spare time, Belle is a hoarder of rescue dogs. She is confident her house is listed on a underground doggy map. It probably says something like: "Sucker Lives Here".

Product Details

  • File Size: 822 KB
  • Print Length: 394 pages
  • Publication Date: September 20, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005OBI8O0
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #394,621 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I was very impressed with the writing style of the author. There was a flow to the book that pulled me in. I read it in a couple hours and cannot wait for the sequil. I loved the characters! I am only giving it 4 stars because The middle part annoyed me. Lola finally remembers Gabe, falls asleep then the reader is pulled into another story... a very long story. It might have been better if the second story was told throughout the book instead of in the middle of it, leaving me in suspense to what her reaction is going to be the next day when she sees Gabe again. Other than that, I would read it again!
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Now I understand what everyone was talking about!! I couldn't stop reading, its 5:57am, just finished reading this amazing book, I had to write a review. A sequel is definitely needed!!... I'm hoping, and praying that Belle Malory will make a sequel to Wanderlove. I'm not going into details about the book since almost every review has already(which I thank you all very much!) but, I must say that its overwhelming reading about having such a love that never dies, finding that someone that even death cant part you from.
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So Lola is a gypsy who is on the run. Unlike most of her troupe she has no memories of her past lives. When she leaves her troupe for her grandmothers house she meets Gabe. Gabe and Lola have shared many lives together but due to a curse on her mind she doesn't remember any of them while he does. When she starts to remember things it could mean big trouble for her. She is kidnapped and detained by the royalty of the gypsy's. The secret she hides in her mind could destroy not only her people but the world.

I loved this book. It delved me into a world I could only ever dream to be a part of. I would love to just give up everything (except my books), buy an RV and travel non-stop. One day maybe.

Anyways, I didn't see a single flaw with this book. The plot and idea behind the book were amazing. The flow and pace were perfect. But oh the characters. When you can include that much that much back story for so many characters and have it work so well it's amazing. Each character was amazingly dynamic and full of life.

I absolutely loved this book and hope to read more like it real soon. I loved the characters, writing style and skill of making you feel like a part of the story. Can't wait to read more by this author and hopefully more about these characters and gypsy's.
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Wanderlove was one of those books that I seemed to have a hard time getting into, mostly because it just wasn't what I had wanted to read at the moment. It really had nothing to do with the book itself; I just wasn't interested in the kind of story it promised to tell at the time. So, it sat on my Kindle for months. Finally, I sunk my teeth into it.

At first, I was horribly frustrated. The Kindle app on my phone wouldn't read the formatting completely. Words in the margins were cut off. And I kept thinking that it had something to do with the formatting of the book and it made me horribly mad because I really wanted to like this story. Then I got this crazy idea to try and read it on my regular Kindle. As soon as I moved over to my regular Kindle, the problem was resolved and I found a story that was both captivating and beautiful!

First off, I love the name Lola. It just sounds like a gypsy name: light, exotic, airy and beautiful. Then of course, there is the wandering spirit; I could so relate! So Wanderlove already had the potential to steal my heart, even before I opened the pages. I did find the beginning to be a little slower than I would have liked for a non-reflective piece, but that's just personal preference. Once I got to the meat and potatoes though, oh how the pages turned!

Once I really dug in, I felt that Greg was a little too handsome for me. I don't know what my deal is but I just can't get into the all-too-perfectly built guys. I did, however, adore his character. Cam was another character that I fell in love with quickly. Secretly, I spent about half the book wishing that Cam would win Lo's heart because he just seemed so intriguing to me, but then Greg finally won me over with his well-placed displays of testosterone.
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Though this received many positive reviews, there were a few that were fairly negative, so despite the low price, I tried the sample first. I'm glad I did. Though it is a nice change to see a 99 cents Kindle book that has been edited, the writing isn't anything to rave about, but it was the characterisation that bothered me the most. The main character Lola just didn't ring true for me, she didn't feel like an actual person. If you're fleeing an arranged marriage and have been raised in a life of crime, surely you could come up with a better escape plan than stealing a luxury car (that is part of the score for a real heist), driving in a storm until you can't drive more and then WALKING IN A TORRENTIAL STORM! That was just too silly.Plus she is running from her father, to GRANDMA'S HOUSE. That's hardly running away from anything, or warrants such apparently drastic measures.
Another thing that bothered me: the main character is a gypsy, and she calls herself a gypsy. This is usually considered an offensive term for the Romani people. And the Romanian gypsy is just the icing on the stereotype: gypsy check, psychic check, Romanian origin check, life of crime check, old world traditions check. This just shows a lack of imagination that I couldn't go along with and made the poor characterisation even more noticeable.
In the end I couldn't even finish the sample, and I was glad I didn't buy the book.
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