Joel is afraid of the future.
Since he was a child he’s been haunted by dreams about the people he loves. Visions of what’s going to happen – the good and the bad. And the only way to prevent them is to never let anyone close to him again.
Callie can’t let go of the past.
Since her best friend died, Callie’s been lost. She knows she needs to be more spontaneous and live a bigger life. She just doesn’t know how to find a way back to the person who used to have those dreams.
Joel and Callie both need a reason to start living for today.
And though they’re not looking for each other, from the moment they meet it feels like the start of something life-changing.
Until Joel has a vision of how it’s going to end . . .
This book has been on my shelves since I got a proof copy early last year… I am ashamed that I’ve only just read it and oh so wish I’d picked it up sooner. It was a group of friends who encouraged me to read it as a buddy read!
I struggled with the main concept because I have no imagination and I’m very logical BUT once I pushed that aside, which did take me a while this is a wonderful story which really REALLY and I cannot emphasise this enough, comes together so perfectly!
Tissues at the ready (I sobbed my way through the last 20 or so pages). Utterly breathing and beautiful.
I wish I could give it 6 stars…