Dandelion Memories is a popular web novel written by the author SummerStardust, covering REINCARNATION, R18, FANTASYROMANCE, FLUFF, FIRSTLOVE, GODSANDGODDESSES, SPIRITYAWARDSSPRING2021, MYTHOLOGICALFANTASY, DEITY, SLOWBURNROMANCE, Fantasy Romance genres. It's viewed by 65.5K readers with an average rating of 4.92/5 and 24 reviews. The novel is being serialized to 107 chapters, new chapters will be published in Webnovel with all rights reserved.
“E-excuse me, have…we meet before?” A sweet, sweet smile curved on her lips as she nodded vigorously. “I know you. From here,” she said as she touched where her heart is. “I’ve been looking all over for you.” ---- "I just want to live..." Dandy was born as a flower spirit deprived of all the things that other creatures have. Then it all changes when Amaterasu noticed her. Lived as forest deity, guardians that are in her beck and call. Gods and Goddess protecting her and a person who changed the meaning of love. But who says that life is always a walk on paradise? After being in that lifetime for a short while, she died and transmigrated as mortal with the help of Amaterasu--again. And died again even before she could really live her happy ending with Sora. This isn't what she asked for! This isn't what she wished for! Why did she always have to die? Reincarnated the third time, she needed to end this. She needed to know why can't she live her life anew and kept coming back to this lifetime? ---- Cover credit to: https://twitter.com/ANNERICA138 Photo direct link: https://twitter.com/ANNERICA138/status/1390409718150037506/photo/1 Participating in #WebnovelSpiritySpringAwards2021 (REUPLOAD TO JOIN SPIRITY 2021) ---- DISCLAIMERS: This is a work of fiction. Facts and other information of the characters, events and location are derived from real places and from mythology of the used country in the story. It has been rearranged to suit the convenience of the book, and with the exception of public figures, names, and other characters, business, events and incidents are the products of the author’s imagination. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental.