Friday, May 29, 2015

Consumer Critique: When Calls the Heart - Trials of the Heart

Disclosure: I received complimentary products to facilitate this post. All opinions are my own.

I had a chance to review another installment in the When Calls the Heart series - Trials of the Heart.

Elizabeth Thatcher (Krakow) is an independent, strong-willed teacher who has foregone the life of the big city and found a job, a home – and romance with a handsome Mountie named Jack – in the small frontier town of Coal Valley. But when she learns that her mother has taken ill, she returns to Hamilton, her hometown, with Jack as her escort. Once in the comparably opulent Hamilton, Elizabeth and Jack are confounded by Jack's ne'er-do-well brother and Elizabeth's former suitor, Charles Kensington. But it is Elizabeth's father, William, who drives a wedge between them when he suggests to Jack that Charles would be a better match for his well-bred daughter.  

The movie offers a look at relationships and what's really important. It has the same tone as other seasons, and is a good family movie, especially for older kids, teens, and adults.

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