From celebrated author Janette Oke (The Love Comes Softly series) comes a rigorous and romantic adventure as epic as the wide frontier. Big revelations are in store in Hope Valley as Elizabeth moves into her own row house, dismaying Jack, who has been planning to build a new home for the both of them. Rosemary discovers that Lee has taken out a loan and worries that he is in financial difficulties. And Jesse, the young drifter who works in Abigail’s kitchen, has information hat could ruin Pastor Frank’s good standing in Hope Valley, and begins his plan to extort the pastor with an old “Wanted” poster…
In my opinion:
I loved watching When Calls the Heart: Troubled Heart. I actually saw it before but I won’t pass up an opportunity to own my own DVD. Plus, it is always nice to refresh my memory. There was a lot going on in this episode. Elizabeth moved into her own home and of course Jack and Abigail help her fix it up. Also, Cody, had some trouble with school because he missed his father. But, Jack to the rescue as he helped Cody understand that fighting isn’t the answer. He also uncovered some of his past. Also, Jesse stirred up some trouble for Frank, aka Matt Landry. So, we learn more about Frank’s past. Will he stay in Hope Valley and will the people make him leave? What will happen to Frank and Abigail’s relationship? Will the people in Hope Valley come together as a community?
I also loved watching Lee and Rosemary during this episode. Rosemary decided to do an office makeover for Lee which is quite hilarious. Those two always make me smile. She also worried about a financial difficulty that Lee may be having. What will happen to their relationship? Will they work it out? Overall, I enjoyed watching this episode. It was packed full of new adventures, new plans and new discoveries. It is definitely worth watching and I appreciated the opportunity.
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