Don’t miss this epic love story set in NYC, In Five Years by Rebecca Serle. Discover book information, book reviews, and book lists featuring this stunning contemporary friendship and women’s fiction novel.
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In Five Years by Rebecca Serle Book Information
Author: Rebecca Serle
Genre: Women’s Fiction | Book Set In NYC | Friendship Fiction
Publisher: Atria Books
Publication Date: 2020
Buy Now: Amazon
In Five Years By Rebecca Serle Summary From The Publisher
Where do you see yourself in five years?
Dannie Kohan lives her life by the numbers.
She is nothing like her lifelong best friend—the wild, whimsical, believes-in-fate Bella. Her meticulous planning seems to have paid off after she nails the most important job interview of her career and accepts her boyfriend’s marriage proposal in one fell swoop, falling asleep completely content.
But when she awakens, she’s suddenly in a different apartment, with a different ring on her finger, and beside a very different man. Dannie spends one hour exactly five years in the future before she wakes again in her own home on the brink of midnight—but it is one hour she cannot shake. In Five Years is an unforgettable love story, but it is not the one you’re expecting.Atria Books
About The Author, Rebecca Serle
Rebecca Serle is an author and TV writer. She lives in New York and LA. Read more about Rebecca Serle.
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TUL Book Lists Featuring In Five Years by Rebecca Serle Book Reviews
Don’t miss some of March’s best new book releases, including In Five Years.
Because Rebecca Serle’s In Five Years is heavily set in NYC, TUL featured this beautiful love story as part of our Uncorked 2020 Reading Challenge and May 2020 book discussion about books set in the U.S.
Find our complete mini book review of In Five Years, along with other great reads, in our May 2020 issue of Currently Reading.