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Wanderlove - Kirsten Hubbard I think I'm in the minority when it comes to Wanderlove. I enjoyed it quite a bit, but I didn't LOVE it. Bria as a character doesn't stand out much to me. I loved that she was an artist and her background definitely added a level to the story, but to me it kind of felt like those two things defined her. Maybe that was the point, but I wanted a character, not an experience and a talent. Bria changed and developed and became more like a person, but I never fully connected with her.I did enjoy Wanderlove. The descriptions of all the countries were so well written and it worked together really well. There were lots of little things and characters who made it all flow and it was gorgeous. It was different and wonderful watching Bria grow into herself in this environment. Kirsten Hubbard obviously knew what she was writing about and it showed. Wanderlove was fun but also deeper than I imagined it would be and I really enjoyed it.As for the romance? I...wasn't crazy about it. I liked Rowan and everything, really. And there was some good tension between them. But I didn't fully see what they had in common or why they would fall in love beyond having good tension and being together.Wanderlove was a really good story, but I just don't think it was the right one for me. Maybe it's because I just couldn't understand any of the characters most of the time. But I'm pretty sure I'm in the minority for this, so check it out for yourself!