Sunday, August 9, 2015


Thank you Edify Media for this review copy.
My girls and I have enjoyed the When Calls the Heart series so much! Erin Krakow and Daniel Lissing are magnificent together as Elizabeth and Jack. He's a down-to-earth Canadian Mountie. She's a upper crust society girl who came to the town of Coal Valley to teach. Watching her learn to live in this whole new world has been endearing and amusing at times. Watching the two of them grow to like each other more and more has been fun and refreshing. 

In Heart and Soul Jack has gone home to Coal Valley and is busy overseeing the building of a church and school building. Elizabeth is at her family home in the city caring for her mother who has been very ill. Both Jack and Elizabeth have old sweethearts, and both face choices.
It appears that this season is going to be full of surprises.

We always enjoy these movies. In fact, as I type, my girls are watching an older episode When Calls the Heart: Change of Heart .  I like these movies because they are romantic but clean. The characters are endearing or irritating or downright despicable but never boring. ~smile~ The setting and wardrobe are completely unrealistic for a coal mining town, but it's enjoyable to watch.
This one is worth watching!
Enjoy this little teaser.

My When Calls the Heart Reviews:
When Calls the Heart

About the series:
The series is inspired by Janette Oke’s bestselling book series about the Canadian West. “When Calls the Heart” tells the captivating story of Elizabeth Thatcher (Erin Krakow), a young teacher accustomed to her high society life, who receives her first classroom assignment in Coal Valley, a small coal mining town where life is simple, but often fraught with challenges. Lori Loughlin plays Abigail Stanton, a wife and mother whose husband, the foreman of the mine, along with a dozen other miners, has just been killed in an explosion. The newly widowed women find their faith is tested when they must go to work in the mines to keep a roof over their heads. Elizabeth charms most everyone in Coal Valley, except Constable Jack Thornton (Daniel Lissing) who believes Thatcher’s wealthy father has doomed the lawman’s career by insisting he be assigned in town to protect the shipping magnate’s daughter. Living in a turn of the century coal town, Elizabeth will have to learn the ways of the frontier if she wishes to thrive in the rural west on her own.

Disclosure: I was sent a sample of this product for review purposes only. I was not compensated in any way. All opinions are my own based on my experience with this product. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."


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