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Willow Row by [Phillips, Lisa ]
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Length: 270 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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Winner of the Paranormal Romance Guild Reviewers Choice Award for best Contemporary of 2012.

"...it is a book EVERY WOMAN SHOULD READ.
" Gloria Lakritz, Senior Reviewer, Paranormal Romance Reviews

"This is not the south of the Housewives of Atlanta; no this is the south reminiscent of The Long Hot Summer and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof." Penelope Adams, Paranormal Romance Reviews

"Lisa Phillips makes her characters believable as well as likable." Coffee Time Romance

"Lisa Phillips is quite the talent." Tnicnat's Reviews

"Ms. Phillips has blessed the pages with her unique and very talented writing style." Long & Short Reviews

From the Author

Each book I have written has been a labor of love. However, Willow Row holds a particularly special place in my heart. Many women come to a crossroad in life, a time when it becomes clear the only way to move forward is to face the heartbreaks of the past. Trying to do so within the suffocation of a family fold can be nearly impossible. Unless it is truly family that inspires us all to see the best, not only in ourselves, but the people we love as well!

Product Details

  • File Size: 737 KB
  • Print Length: 270 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: May 8, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0081SRX9Y
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #138,918 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By grammy1 VINE VOICE on August 24, 2012
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5*****Stars

Again, Ms Phillips has submitted for review a new Woman's Romance so captivating, I could not put it down. It has lingered with me for days and still has me smiling and thinking about it. I have always felt I had not become the woman I am until my mid to late 30's. It is unrealistic to think you are the same at the age of 25 as you are at 35. Many books are written for young romance. Lisa Phillips has wowed me with this story of Lizzie St. Claire coming back to Willow Row, S.C., the small town she left...couldn't wait to leave, to bury her idol, her grandmother Celeste. I hope you enjoy this as much as I have.

I am a Northerner born and bread in NYC. The author had me drifting back in my memories finding differences but also some of the sameness, and I could relate.. Ms. Phillips brings us to a small town in the South, whose ideals are between the old and new. I found though, that even though there they had balmy nights and sultry days and we shoveled snow, families are still probably much the same.

Lizzie is the oldest of three children, She is a "St. Claire" which means a lot in Willow Row. She left to go to college, married an outsider, and is just newly divorced. Grandmother Celeste was the matriarch, and lived `in the big house' where Lizzie found solace. Her Grandmother knew Lizzie felt she was a square peg in a round hole and cannot leave this earth without fixing this. Upon Lizzie's return for the funeral, she meets up with the ghostly Celeste and we are drawn into Lizzie and her grandmothers wonderful "chats" and along with Lizzie we learn more about "the perfect" St. Claires of Willow Row.

Daddy is movie star handsome, an attorney with a philandering eye.
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Elizabeth St. Claire grew up as one "The St. Claires" in the small South Carolina town of Willow Row, where the old south is not dead and there is no new money but old money. She hated it and couldn't wait to get out, and she got out in a big way. Much to her daddy's dismay, she went to The University of Tennessee, she married an outsider, moved to Atlanta and comes back to Willow Row only once or twice a year when she must.

Now, a divorced woman, she returns to Willow Row to attend the funeral of one of only two people there that she can truly say she misses, her grandmother Celeste. Celeste was the grand dame of the family, she lived in "the big house" and really didn't care much for the elite of Willow Row. She adored Lizzie, and she and her home were Lizzie's refuge. Little does Lizzie know but Celeste has one more trick up her sleeve and even from the grave, the irrepressible old gal will not go quietly into the good night, not Celeste, she is going to stir the pot up good and enjoy every moment of the results from where ever she is.

Ms. Phillips takes the reader to the Old South that most don't know still exists, a world of good manners, soft spoken women with a spine of steel, men who open doors, a place where no matter how old you get you still call your parents mama and daddy. A land of hot days and lazy nights and underneath it all the stuff of soap operas. This is not the south of the Housewives of Atlanta; no this is the south reminiscent of The Long Hot Summer and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Being a southerner, this is the south I grew up in, and Ms. Phillips has captured that long lost south perfectly.
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this story is about a person who tries to runaway from their past and finds out that you can't do that because it will eventually catch up with you. Your family is the place where you can be accepted for who you are. the characters in this story have a lot issues to work out but family love is most important truth.
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Well written, anybody that wants to remember how it use to be growing up in the south ,yes ma'am, yes sir. You will laugh and you will cry ,I loved it.
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