Book Of The Day – Elderberry Croft- The Complete Collection

by Ron on August 24, 2016

Today’s Book of the Day is a Contemporary Romance collection by award-winning author Becky Doughty and it’s 80% off for a limited time. Elderberry Croft- The Complete Collection has a 4.8 star rating and is on sale for only 99 cents – save $4!

“I would feel confident giving this to a myriad of friends from different backgrounds. Emotionally honest read I’m proud to have on my shelf.” Heda – Amazon Reviewer

Elderberry Croft- The Complete Collection
by Becky Doughty
Rating: 4.8 Stars
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Price: $0.99 save $4


Elderberry Croft- The Complete Collection – Nook
Elderberry Croft- The Complete Collection – Apple iBooks
Elderberry Croft- The Complete Collection – Kobo

Award-Winning Author

The Coach House Trailer Park is the last stop for most of its residents. But 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 to this dead end place? From what – or whom – is she hiding?

JANUARY BREEZE: There’s a new girl in town, and she’s breathing life into The Coach House, starting with the tiny cottage she christens Elderberry Croft. Kathy isn’t so sure about this wild child living across the way, with her generosity and exuberance for life. What is Willow Goodhope doing in a place like The Coach House?

FEBRUARY EMBERS: Richard and Patti Davis’ days stretch out endlessly before them, but lately, Richard has taken notice of the new neighbor in Space #12. Will Patti lose the only man she’s ever loved to the green-eyed earth girl? Or will Willow steal both their hearts?

MARCH WHISPERS: Joe Sanderson believes that living simply is simply better living. He gardens, he cooks, he entertains Vivian. Everything is going just fine…then along comes Ms. Willow, with her whispering shadows and her elderberry pie, reminding him of what it means to be a man.

APRIL SHADOWS: The Cat Lady rarely sets foot outside her trailer during the light of day. But one morning, Willow shows up at her door, knocking her perfectly-ordered world off its axis. And when the stillness is further interrupted by the Shadowman, Shelly must confront her past in order to embrace her future.

MAY ENCHANTMENT: Managing The Coach House keeps Eddie busy, if not exactly fulfilled. But the new girl in Space #12 is stirring up the neighborhood. Willow’s making waves, and Eddie’s a little swept off his feet. When he comes face to face with the Shadowman in the middle of the night, Eddie questions everything he thought he knew about himself.

JUNE MELODY: Myra believes her doctor when he says she’s going to die, but when she encounters a rattlesnake, she realizes that maybe she needs to start living again, rather than spending her last years waiting to die.

JULY MADNESS: Donny Banks is trouble with a big T. Edith keeps hoping if she helps her baby out one more time, he’ll get his head on straight. But big brother Eddie has had enough. This time, Donny’s knocking on the wrong door – Willow Goodhope’s – and Eddie’s having none of it.

AUGUST MEMORIES: Al’s job keeps him busy during the day and his Bud keeps him company at night. But Al is a prisoner of his past, and when one phone call changes his future, Al must choose to do the right thing. And Willow Goodhope may just hold the key that will set him free.

SEPTEMBER LONGING: Prudence loves animal prints, big hair, and scarlet nails. She also loves her man, Carney, but is beginning to wonder if he feels the same about her. When Willow Goodhope shows up needing a friend, Prudence gets the chance to reevaluate what’s important when it comes to matters of the heart.

OCTOBER MOURNING: The baby growing in Andrea’s womb is a miracle, and she marvels at the way she’s changing from the inside out. But when faced with the knowledge that she can no longer manage on her own, will her pride allow her to receive help from Willow?

NOVEMBER AWAKENING: A Vietnam vet, Doc suffers from severe post-traumatic stress, debilitating episodes that send him back to the bottle time and time again. When he discovers Willow on the verge of giving in to her own despair, he finds unexpected solace in stepping outside his own comfort zone to comfort her.

DECEMBER DAWNING: It’s been almost a year since Willow moved into Elderberry Croft, and she can no longer ignore the shadows that drove her here. Is there hope for HAPPILY EVER AFTER?

Here’s what the reviewers have to say:

There are 12 sections to this book, one for each month of the year. Willow is the central character throughout the book with each section devoted to a different character that lives in a trailer park. It is just an amazing book that I would recommend to anyone to read. The Lord works in mysterious ways and it’s interesting to read about how one life used by him can touch so many different people.


A beautiful story of love, friendship, and how God’s miracles come in all shapes and sizes, working together to form something amazing! So many different stories and each one will impact your life somehow.


I am amazed at how well this book is written. Each chapter deals with a different resident of the trailer park and how they interact with each other and Willow Goodhope, the newest person to move in.


Elderberry Croft is a must read. It’s a beautiful love story about one woman’s love for the residents of the coach house trailer park. Willow helps each person learn to overcome their fears and start to live the life they are meant to have. She is that special ray of sunshine I hope to be to my friends.


I haven’t smiled, laughed, or cried as much reading a story(ies) as I did with Elderberry Croft- The Complete Collection! I loved it ALL… It gave ME hope! I hope this story wins lots of awards, so as many people as possible will read it and be as enchanted and blessed as I was/am.

Get Elderberry Croft- The Complete Collection here: Elderberry Croft- The Complete Collection

About The Author

Becky Doughty is the author of the award-winning Elderberry Croft series and the voice behind BraveHeart Audiobooks.

“I write fiction, mainly because nonfiction is hard! Yes, I’ve tried. Let’s just say I like to color outside the lines when it comes to sticking to facts…or anything else, for that matter. I write Women’s Fiction with strong elements of Romance, and Young Adult/New Adult/Coming of Age Fiction. Some of my fiction is written for the Christian Fiction or Inspirational Fiction market (and labeled as such), and some of it is written more for the General Fiction market. However, my stories are all categorically “clean” (light on language, violence, and sex), so if you’re looking for a book you don’t have to shove under the couch cushion when visitors stop by, you’ve come to the right place!”

You can learn more about Becky and her books on her website:

Becky is married to her champion of more than 25 years. They have three children, two of whom are grown and starting families of their own, and they all live within a few miles of each other in Southern California. They share their lives with too many animals, a large vegetable garden, and a strange underground concrete room they’re certain was built for dark and sinister purposes…

Thank you for considering today’s Book Of The Day – Becky Doughty and ENT appreciate it.


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