Willow Springs

The year is 1883 and following a whirlwind courtship, seventeen-year-old Copper Brown finds herself living in the bustling city of Lexington, KY, far away from her beloved mountain home, newly married to a man she barely knows. Having been raised to put her trust in God, Copper sets out to find a purpose for this new life that she’d never imagined.

4 thoughts on “Willow Springs

  1. Just finished reading Willow Springs, after being introduced to Jan Watson’s work a few weeks ago. Troublesome Creek was fantastic, so I decided to venture further in the journey with Willow Springs.

    Excellent book — I love the characters and the “realness” they possess. I feel like I have been taken back in time and live next door to Copper.

    I greatly look forward to reading more of your work!

    Keep it coming!


  2. I read 2 of your books and I read everything. Your books are so well written the characters so real that I really can hardly believe that I have found such a wonderful author. I am an author also of 15 books but I haven’t sold that many books. Your books and their stories are nothing but amazing. Linda Meckler, author

  3. I love this series. Willow Springs captured my heart. I was brought to tears towards the end of the book; that very rarely happens. These characters were so well developed they seemed real. Fantastic job!!! Looking forward to book 3.

  4. Picked up your first novel Troublesome Creek at our local library 2 days ago and couldn’t put it down reading every moment I could finishing it last evening. Checked your website to see if you had indeed written more about Copper and was delighted to see you had written not one more book but many. Look forward to reading more of Copper’s adventures. Thank you for your Christian faith woven into your storytelling….excellent reading. Yvonne

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