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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
Last Stop Until Milestoneville is the third book in the Milestoneville Book Series by Golden November. Have you ever wondered how each of the Milestoneville characters met? This book answers that question for you. Best described as a prequel to the Milestoneville series, Golden November shares how our favorite characters became who they are. We get to see how JBT and G met and started their now-iconic rare book-hunting business. We also witness Bridget audition for Click Clack’s Channel 1994. We also meet Flower Rose as she comes to terms with her mother’s new boyfriend, while we also get up close with Jillian as she finishes one undercover assignment after the other without letting anyone know.
After reading about a dozen Golden November novels, I have concluded that the author writes the most powerful female characters. I could tell each character was crafted carefully; there is something about the female characters that just makes them stand out. Each of them portrayed a powerful side of female strength. Flower Rose was more emotional than the bunch; Bridget was thirsty for success, whereas Jillian was striving for perfection (and nailing it) without letting the world know how brilliant she was. As always, the fast pace and the expressive dialogues were the highlights of the story. I loved to know G, and JBT synched from the first moment they met. The twists in the story were intense and fun. Try as I might, I was never able to guess what would happen next. Golden November truly is a master of the craft.