Two young women cross time and the Q line to find love in One Last Stop.
August is a college drop-out new to New York City. She’s no stranger to lone-wolfing her way through life, but is willing to give her new roommates a chance. When that goes ok, she chats up the cute girl who keeps popping up in her subway car on her commute.
Her name is Jane, and she looks like she stepped out of a show at CBGB circa 1970. When August realizes that yes, Jane last boarded the train in the 70s and seems to be stuck on the Q for all eternity, all of her boundaries concerning logic and relationships are blown apart.
Casey McQuiston could teach a master class in banter – readers willing to blend a little science fiction in their romance will find quips, comebacks, and supportive found families.