Love Finds You in Sugarcreek

Theatrical Release: June 1, 2014
DVD Release: October 7, 2014
Love Finds You in Sugarcreek


Based on the novel from the bestselling Love Finds You book series, this powerful love story is filled with inspiring life lessons about faith, trust and first impressions. In the quaint town of Sugarcreek, Ohio, policewoman Rachel Troyer (Sarah Lancaster) is fiercely protective of her three Amish aunts. When a penniless stranger named Joe (Tom Everett Scott) shows up with his five-year-old son, the aunts insist on helping them. But Rachel has immediate suspicions and devotes herself to investigating Joe’s secretive past, even as she finds herself falling for him.

Dove Review

Here is a charming movie you will not want to miss. Sugarcreek is a quaint little town with a Swiss and Amish feel to it. Everyone knows everyone and there is always the big celebration in town that brings many strangers to the area. So due to some unfortunate events “Joe” and his young son Bobby find themselves there when a nice Amish man helps them find a place to stay.

When Rachel tells her aunts to close down the inn because they do not need to be working so hard, and that she is afraid of strangers in their home, her Aunt Bertha tells her that if a stranger comes to their door they must treat him like an angel. The aunts also believe that their faith in God will protect them and get them through. So when Joe and Bobby arrive the wonderful ladies take them in with no questions asked.

“Love Finds You in Sugarcreek” is a wonderful entertaining family movie that will inspire all regarding the importance of helping and trusting others. We are proud to award this movie our Dove “Family- Approved” Seal for all ages.

Content Description

Sex: A couple hugs each other.
Language: None
Violence: A discussion regarding murder of a man's wife; discussion and scenes of a police officer shot during a bank robbery; a house is started on fire; woman threatens another with gun; woman fighting.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: Keeping secrets.


Company: Fox
Writer: Bryar Freed-Golden based on a book by Serena B. Miller
Genre: Drama
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe