It’s hard to believe this year is finally coming to an end. It’s been a crazy one and I know plenty are happy to say goodbye to 2020. I pray you and yours are safe and healthy and 2021 pours many blessings upon you. To close out this year, here’s a final snippet from Coming Home, book 5 in my Collier Pack series.

Some of the guys looked over my shoulder.

“Damn, he looks just like a little miniature version of you,” Jake noted.

I smiled. “Yeah, he does. This is Troy. Say hi to the guys, Troy.”

“Hey,” he said.

“Everything’s still okay?” I asked.

“We’re fine. Mom and Dad said they should be out in time for Christmas. We’re hoping you’ll be home this year for it, too.”

I hated to disappoint them. “It’s not looking very promising, but I’ll try,” I told him.

Will grabbed the phone from him, and as I listened to them argue about it, made me long to be home. Shelby scolded them both for wasting my time.

“Guys, this is my other brother, Will,” I said, wondering why this was the first time I’d ever thought to introduce them. It’s not like I hadn’t been in contact with my family all these years, even if I was avoiding Shelby.

“Wassup?” Will said. “Do me a favor and don’t get him killed before we get him back.”

Mike laughed. “And that one sounds just like you.”

I laughed too. “Twins: one inherited my good looks, the other my charismatic personality.”

“So basically he just said, your twin is ugly, and you’re an asshole,” Crawley told Will.

“Dude, he’s twelve,”