Embarking on their new life together, Missie and Willie follow wagons west stopping to set up a homestead, and set down roots, in Tettsford Junction. Willie assembles a group of misfit ranch hands to help him, while the pregnant Missie befriends their Native American neighbors. But tragedy will test their love and faith.
I wish that all the movies in this series would have been made like the first few. Unfortunately, as the "Love Comes Softly" movie series goes on, the later few movies are slow moving and not very good. I love the first ones, however.
I wish I had known this was a series and which tape was number one etc. So I ended up seeing them in the wrong order. Each tape is a story of it's own, like little house on the prairie, but it would be nice to start at the beginning. But still a good movie, now waiting for the beginning to arrive.
Whole series is WOW! You can't help but feel for the people depicted in this series. I'm a male and yes I've been through some hard times and so I can feel and I must admit I need tissues on hand. The advise given to the offspring is so beautifully put that I'd like to memorise them. Who knows when or if I'll need to use them one day. The WHOLE series is a must buy. I hope and pray that there will be more to this series. Sit back enjoy and be BLESSED. I'm going to put this review on all of the others so I don't have to type it out again.