In Five Years

by Rebecca Serle
Where do you see yourself in five years? It's a question most of us have pondered at some time in our lives. But in this story, Dannie gets a glimpse of her life five years from now through a dream. She's surprised by her premonition and begins to reexamine her future.  In Five Years by Rebecca Serle    #fiction, #reading, #books to read, #books

Praise For This Book

" In Five Years is a profound tale of unconditional love and anguish with a touch of the mystical and mysterious." ~New York Journal of Books

" You'll devour it." ~Marie Claire

" Rebecca Serle has a way of blending a little bit of magic into the every day." ~HelloGiggles

" Rebecca Serle has a knack for writing beautiful stories that speak to the anxiety of forging a new road for oneself, of being brave enough to start all over." ~Bustle

" Be prepared for deep emotions, a few laughs, and possibly a few tears as well. Reading this book is truly an experience." ~Seattle Book Review

" Serle takes a fairly generic romcom setup and turns it into something much deeper in this captivating exploration of friendship, loss, and love." ~Booklist

" The novel is about the real meaning of love and friendship and the bonds that tie us all together." ~Good Morning America

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