One Last Stop is a sweet, sexy and modern take on love, time travel, friendship and family. When a person lost in a city of millions finds another who is lost in time, it takes more than just luck for them to get back to reality.
Casey McQuinston has woven a beautiful story that not only talks about love in all forms and times but also how it took years to overcome discrimination, and reach a point where everyone irrespective of gender, sexual orientation and culture can express love freely.
The characters are relatable and fun, the concept of friendship and lifestyle in big cities, as well as complex family relationships has been given a fresh and pleasant look.
I was so invested in the ending that I wanted to read the book non-stop, the ending was worth it!