Love Comes Softly

Love Comes Softly is a TV movie set in the 1800s, based on a series of books by Janette Oke. It originally aired on Hallmark Channel in 2003. It was directed by Michael Landon Jr., and stars Katherine Heigl as a young woman named Marty Claridge.

Sequels include Love's Enduring Promise (2004),
Love's Long Journey (2005),
Love's Abiding Joy (2006),
Love's Unending Legacy (2007),
and Love's Unfolding Dream

Marty Claridge (Katherine Heigl) has just moved out to the West with her husband Aaron Claridge (Oliver MacReady), who dies shortly after. With no other options, she accepts the arrangement offered by widower Clark Davis (Dale Midkiff), who offers her a place to stay for the winter and provides her with the fare for the wagon train heading back East in the spring. In exchange, he wants her to provide a maternal influence for his young daughter Missie (Skye McCole Bartusiak). Marty, while expecting her late husband's baby, is even more in need of a warm place to stay. Still, it is not an ideal arrangement for any of them, and at first Marty and Missie do not get along. Marty learns more about "Clark's God" than she ever dreamed, and as the Winter season passes, they all start to feel more like a family.



































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2 comments:

  1. I've seen all of the Love Comes... films! I love them all!!

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  2. That's good to know! I've been wanting to check out the rest but haven't yet...

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