‘Joyful, romantic and life-affirming.’ Red Magazine
‘It had me totally gripped.’ Beth O’Leary, author of The Flatshare
‘A love story that is guaranteed to make you smile.’ Closer
What if you almost missed the love of your life?
Nadia gets the 7.30 train every morning without fail. Well, except if she oversleeps or wakes up at her friend Emma’s after too much wine.
Daniel really does get the 7.30 train every morning, which is easy because he hasn’t been able to sleep properly since his dad died.
One morning, Nadia’s eye catches sight of a post in the daily paper:
To the cute girl with the coffee stains on her dress. I’m the guy who’s always standing near the doors… Drink sometime?
So begins a not-quite-romance of near-misses, true love, and the power of the written word.
A #1 ebook bestseller, this wonderful will-they-won’t-they romance is perfect
for those who loved Beth O’Leary’s The Flatshare and Mhairi McFarlane’s If I Never Met You.
What readers are saying about Our Stop…
‘What a gorgeous, quirky and heart-warming story. It’s a Sliding Doors for our modern generation and I greedily devoured every page.’
‘Honest, refreshing, brave, progressive, insightful, warm, uplifting and, above all, inspirational. A book that has genuinely had a positive impact on my life. A must-read!’
‘This book delivered in bucket loads – and then some! It is funny, thoughtful, witty, charming and respectful, and was a thoroughly entertaining read that I would really love to see adapted into a film someday!’
‘This is not your stereotypical boy-meets-girl chick lit … This is an innovative, modern day Sliding Doors style chick lit where you follow the #OurStop journey with Daniel and Nadia.’
‘This book is an ode to You've Got Mail!! It was funny, romantic, simple, yet filled with so much emotion.’
About the author
Laura Jane Williams is a writer whose work has appeared everywhere from the Guardian to Buzzfeed, Stylist, Closer, the Metro and the Telegraph. She is Grazia’s former dating columnist, and the author of two previous works of non-fiction: Ice Cream for Breakfast and Becoming. Our Stop is her first novel.