Juniper’s family had always called Willow Hollow home. It didn’t matter if the town itself was small. Willow Hollow was composed of several blocks' worth of business buildings, marketplaces, schools, and a police station – all the essentials for a relatively small, rural town.
On the outskirts to the east side of town was a vast expanse of open farmland and fields, over one hundred acres of it. All of which belonged to a single family.