Wanderlove follows the story of Lola Moori, who is a gypsy. She has no recollection of past lives like other gypsies do. And the reason behind this is because she's hiding a secret - one that she can't remember - for the safety of herself, gypsies, and humanity in general.
Unfortunately, while with her grandmother, she runs into this guy - Gabe. But meeting him triggers her memories... And she begins to remember him. And her past lives. And their epic love, which has apparently transcended many of their lives - they always seem to find each other. But will remembering him mean remembering the hidden secret?
Don't worry - I won't give you any spoilers.
This book is REALLY well written. It's exciting, and has great pacing. You can easily become invested in the characters. Belle Malory is a talented writer, and I really enjoy her style. Admittedly... I felt like the ending was a bit abrupt. But I also feel like bits and pieces will be carried into the next book. Which is why I went ahead about bought book #2 in the saga, which is entitled Foretell.
Instead this book follows the story of Estelle (who is very briefly, albeit obscurely, referenced at the end of Wanderlove). Well, and also Gabe's brother Rex. But really it's Estelle's story.
Estelle has a gift... although, really, it's more of a curse. She can provide anyone with the path to their deepest and darkest desires. All someone has to do is touch her, and ask her what they want, and she has no choice but to tell them exactly how they can obtain what they want... no matter what it may be.
For most of Estelle's life, she's lived in the shadows of her pop-star younger sister... who used Estelle's power to achieve her dreams. She was a recluse, and nobody knew her. Until the day that Lola remembered her.
Now all the gypsies (and even some gaje) want Estelle... which puts her on the run. This is where she meets Lola, Gabe and Rex. Together they try to keep Estelle hidden, and for a possible way to end the curse - to free Estelle and to ultimately protect the world.
It's actually a really enjoyable book. Easily as good - if not better than - the first. I would DEFINITELY recommend it.
Since this is a saga, I expect there to be more books in the future. However, I have not yet seen any information in regards to future books. So at this point, it's really a waiting game. But I can say (with confidence) that I plan on getting the next book when/if it comes out.