The Coach House Trailer Park is the last stop on the road of life. But one day, on a crisp January breeze, Willow Goodhope sweeps into the neighborhood, moving into the lonely little shack on the other side of the driveway, bringing her potted plants, her elderberry gifts, and her outrageous laughter. The Coach House residents can't resist her charm as she breathes new life into hardened hearts, yet there's something about Willow, a terrible sadness that hovers at the back of her enigmatic eyes, and it has everyone talking, wondering, worrying. Kathy overhears her sobbing in her kitchen. Doc catches her burning letters in her fire pit. Myra swears she drinks alone out on her patio in the middle of the night. Patti knows the beautiful girl is after her husband, and Eddie and Donny, forever-feuding brothers, are competing to see who can make her smile first, even though they're both fairly sure she'd prefer her men with real jobs, real homes, and real teeth. What brings the mysterious Willow Goodhope of Elderberry Croft to this dead end place? From what—or whom—is she hiding? And will her new "family" be able to rescue her before it's too late?
A collection of twelve monthly episodes, Elderberry Croft is the tale of one young woman’s journey toward hope, and the people whose lives she transforms along the way.Volume 3 contains Episodes 7-9.
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—one that belongs to Willow—and Eddie's having none of it.
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. To his surprise, Willow Goodhope may just hold the key that will set him free.
Prudence loves animal prints, big hair, and red 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, Pru gets the chance to reevaluate what’s important when it comes to matters of the heart.