January Breeze, February Embers, March Whispers

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January Breeze, February Embers, March Whispers

January Breeze February Embers March Whispers For most of the residents The Coach House Trailer Park is the last lonely stop on the road of life But on a crisp January breeze a new girl sweeps into the neighborhood charming them all with her w

  • Title: January Breeze, February Embers, March Whispers
  • Author: Becky Doughty
  • ISBN: 2940044351837
  • Page: 471
  • Format: Nook
  • For most of the residents, The Coach House Trailer Park is the last lonely stop on the road of life But on a crisp January breeze, a new girl sweeps into the neighborhood, charming them all with her wild nature, her elderberry gifts, and her outrageous laughter What brings the mysterious Willow Goodhope of Elderberry Croft to this dead end place From what or whom is sFor most of the residents, The Coach House Trailer Park is the last lonely stop on the road of life But on a crisp January breeze, a new girl sweeps into the neighborhood, charming them all with her wild nature, her elderberry gifts, and her outrageous laughter What brings the mysterious Willow Goodhope of Elderberry Croft to this dead end place From what or whom is she hiding

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    One thought on “January Breeze, February Embers, March Whispers

    1. Aly Abell on said:

      Elderberry Croft tells the story of Willow Goodhope, a mysterious young woman who finds herself living in a trailer park that many of the residents seem to regard as a place to wait to die. We don’t learn much about Willow in volume 1 (January through March), but there are glimpses of a profound sadness that may be related to the events that brought her to the tiny cottage in the trailer park.Each of the episodes focuses on one of the neighbors in the trailer park. The characters are engaging, [...]

    2. Kari Trumbo on said:

      I fell in love with the cover of this book, it looked "enchanting" and I found the book itself to feel just the same as the cover. Willow is just as spellbinding to readers as she is to the people in the little community she moves into. Each character is very human, unlike other Christian books where the main character is picture perfect, each of the Christians in this story is flawed in some way, or has problems to work through, each are very much human and I absolutely LOVE that. I would recom [...]

    3. Heather Gilbert on said:

      Willow Goodhope is a character I will never forget--equal parts wistful and pensive, open and mysterious. The residents of the Coach House Trailer Park have varied pasts and problems, and we have the privilege of getting to know each one of them and what makes them tick. Willow brings her own brand of healing to all, with the aid of her homemade elderberry recipes, as well as her willingness to listen and her compassion. A book that will stick with you.

    4. Elsbeth on said:

      Wonderful book! A story to make you feel good, with likeable and interesting characters and a lovely setting. Every month has a different main-character, which makes you feel connected with everyone. I already started reading part 2!Definitely worth reading! Thank you, Becky Doughty, for sharing this!

    5. Jodi Woody on said:

      Loved this book! Fun read and there are three more! I like Becky Doughty's writing style. The story is set in a trailer park with mostly retirement age people. Our main character moves in with her funny ways, her free spirit and her faith and changes the place. Good read! I give it five stars.

    6. Taylor on said:

      I liked Willow as a character, but I felt the others were lacking depth.

    7. claire jones on said:

      The sweet,gentle stories of the residents of a trailer park and its mysterious new arrival,Willow. Each episode shows how she touches the lives of those around her without revealing too much about herself. Good tea break tales.

    8. Nadine Keels on said:

      How enjoyable! It felt like a modern day Anne-of-Green-Gables-Avonlea-type place, filled with flowers and homemade baked goods and remedies, families and neighbors and memories. Oh, yes, and older people. How does Willow Goodhope get all of those blossoms to bloom in the middle of winter? It's definitely a feel good read, made all the better by its aching moments, and, as Patti and Richard would say, the little things. I've got to read on to the next Elderberry batch to find out more about Willo [...]

    9. writer... on said:

      Re-read - enjoyed again ! Clever and charming stories revolving around the mystical, creative, and endearing woman named Willow. Life in the trailer park can't remain the same with her life outlook. And whilst unwanted by some, she's the breath of fresh air for which others have longed. I love her and her free spirit ways, bringing life and light into the darkness of the status quo lives.Looking forward to more story additions to the Elderberry Croft series Becky Doughty has so cleverly written. [...]

    10. Anne Abramson on said:

      Different and interestingThis book was very different than most I've read. It's a set of short stories, the first 3 of 12. All are set in the same place, and all center around the same mysterious woman, though each story is told from the point of view of one of her neighbors.

    11. Ugochi Akwiwu on said:

      Sweet and a good reminder of what Christians should be - a light to those around us. Good one

    12. Mercy on said:

      This is a very easy and enjoyable read. Willow is a really fun character and all of the trailer park occupants are really charming. I'm looking forward to see where things go from here.

    13. Louanne on said:

      Refreshingly honestI read a wide variety of genres, but this series of stories brings hope and reminders to look for the good around us.

    14. Krys on said:

      Very good! Altho I have yet to learn what happened to willow she sure is making a great impression on those she is befriending! Can't wait to find out what happens!

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