Tuesday, July 15, 2014

DVD Review and Giveaway: When Calls the Heart "The Dance"


When Calls the Heart--"The Dance" is the latest DVD in the When Calls the Heart television series inspired by the writings of Janette Oke and directed by Michael Landon, Jr. In this DVD, new miners (who are single men) came to Coal Valley to help reopen the mine. The town welcomes them and celebrates with a Miner's Dance and the annual Miner's Games. One of the new miners, Billy Hamilton, is determined to steal Elizabeth Thatcher (a beautiful teacher from a rich family)'s heart. He charms Elizabeth with "his poetry" and flattering words. This makes Jack Thorton (the local Mounty) very concerned :). When things start disappearing in Coal Valley, Jack is readily suspicious that Billy might be a thief. Is Billy whom he claims to be? In the meantime, a pregnant widow, Carla Noonan, has complications in her pregnancy and has moved in with Abigail Stanton (played by Lori Loughlin) and Elizabeth so that the women can keep an eye on her and take care of her. Mary, a widow, finds herself torn between her protective son and a handsome, kind-hearted miner, Mr. Graves, who is interested in her. When Calls the Heart--"The Dance" is a beautiful story of kindness, love, trust, courage, and hope! I enjoyed watching this DVD and highly recommend it. Entertaining and wholesome!

GIVEAWAYYou can win a copy of this DVD!
Deadline: 7/30 at midnight (Pacific time) 
To Enter: Leave a comment here with your email address. Do you have a favorite poem or poet? Do you write poetry? Please share.

~I received a free copy of this DVD via Edify Media, Inc. in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own. 

3 comments:

  1. To be honest, I don't have any favourite poetry but I enjoy reading the Bible. I would love to win this movie. marg kitc19 at yahoo dot ca

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  2. Not One Unknown

    A child was born within your womb
    It’s life began and ended so soon
    You did not know whether it be a a girl or boy
    or see it grow and bring you joy.

    I know there’s pain I’ve never known
    Yet know you don’t carry the loss alone.
    As tears fall from your (my) eyes
    My prayer is that you’ll always try
    to remember that life begins and ends
    and is held in the love and power of Gods hands

    Written by Deanna Joy
    forgot to give you my email afhim777@yahoo.com please note it is a new one as well. Gmail is not always available for me here.

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  3. Love Janette Oke's books. Would love to win a DVD. Thank you for the opportunity.

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