Episode 21: …so are the Days of Our Lives

Once again, Monson is in the midst of Cyann Harrison. She helps him back to his apartment where she meets Brain and Molly. As she leaves, Monson’s friends pressure him to reveal his feelings for Cyann.

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6 Responses to “Episode 21: …so are the Days of Our Lives”

  1. Kim says:

    You really know how to leave it hanging… Interesting ending. I look forward to the next release as usual. Loving the book. Keep it up.

  2. Mr. JuJu says:

    You jerks! 🙂 lol, I think you have finally mastered the art of the cliff hanger. Just when you begun to start closing doors, here you come with this twist, but the way you wrote the book, it all starts to make sense that she would be his sister. How he knows I have no idea, but I’m sure you’ll tell me in chapter 30 or so (I hate you colin lol). Great chapter

  3. Alicelie Lala Bubbleberry says:

    Why do you do that?!!?! Here Iam listening to this chapter eating burnt pizza and I choke on the last sentence!!!! WHY WHY WHY WHY!!!!!!! PLEASE write the next chapter as fast as you can!!!! By the way great twist I never suspected that to happen mabe something similar but never THAT keep on writing!!! 🙂

  4. Collin Earl says:

    Forgive me guys. It had to be done. Though i’m going to have to apologize in advance. If you are mad about this week. You are going to be lit about next week. Just remember that I love you all!!! (I’m kind of glad I live in the middle of nowhere)

  5. Angie says:

    That was amazing!!!! Holy cow. I feel like I have been side swiped by a semi and asking for more. Sorry pardon the dramatics. I am truly enjoying the story and wish I didn’t have to wait so long for the next chapter. You have no idea where my imagination is headed with all of this. Thanks Collin. It’s amazing!!!!

  6. Collin Earl says:

    Feel free to be dramatic Angie. (We love drama; if you can’t tell) Thanks for listening.

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