Cynical twenty-three-year-old August, moves to New York to finish college and escape her mom. Soon she’s waiting tables at a 24-hour pancake diner and moving in with too many intriguing roommates. But then she meets Jane on the Q train, an open, electrifying young woman who seems too good to be real. As little clues start to pile up, August begins to wonder if it is too good to be true. One Last Stop leans into friendship, found families, and unexpected love as well as humor, banter, and pop culture references. I especially love the LGBTQ+ representation! One Last Stop is truly a magical, unforgettable heart-warming romance!