Monday, August 24, 2015

"When Calls the Heart: Heart and Soul" DVD Review!

*Disclosure:  The following DVD was provided to me in exchange for my honest review.  I was not compensated in any other way.  All opinions are my own.

About When Calls the Heart: Heart and Soul:
From celebrated author Janette Oke (The Love Comes Softly series) comes a rigorous and romantic adventure as epic as the wide frontier. Erin Krakow (Army Wives), Daniel Lissing (Eye Candy) and Lori Laughlin (Full House, 90210) star in When Calls The Heart, "a beautiful story with roots in relationships, self-empowerment, and the enduring power of love", (Common Sense Media). 

Further complicating their new romance, Jack and Elizabeth must part company so that Jack can return to Hope Valley and his duties as a Mountie. Elizabeth, however, remains in Hamilton, where she finds herself tending to her family and spending time with the handsome Charles Kensington. Meanwhile, back in Hope Valley, Rosemary has been offered a role in a play in San Francisco and makes preparations to leave with her two producers. When Jack learns that the "producers", have taken Rosemary in the opposite direction, for New York, he races after them to rescue her… a gamble that ends up being the talk of the town when they spend a night together.

Take a look at the trailer:

My Review:
My family can't get enough of this show!!  The When Calls the Heart series is truly everything I like in a television entertainment.  In this episode, Heart and Soul, Jack and Elizabeth both encounter old flames in ways that make you wonder if their relationship will make it through. Between that and Abigail and Bill Avery's relationship, Clara's dilemma and the fake pastor, it's full of twists and yet it remains just as wholesome and entertaining as ever.  If you haven't started watching this series I feel like you're really missing out!

Buy it!
The When Calls the Heart: Heart and Soul DVD can currently be purchased on for $9.20.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Oh boy, cant wait!!! Oma

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