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A full musical orchestra, high production values, and a fantastic cast takes you to several emotional places with Margaret, played by Danielle C. Ryan, as she performs an excellent and believable job of assuming her new-found role as a mother figure. Moms will identify with Margaret’s self-doubt but overriding desire to do the best for two sweet orphans. The children, played by Skyler Elyse Philpot and Luke Loveless, are excellent little actors and will steal your heart.
Margaret is an architect who has worked hard to establish her successful business and is loyal and caring towards her clients. She is shocked to receive a phone call from a lawyer saying he is handling the estate of her cousin Susan and husband who were killed in a car accident. Her mind immediately flashes back to the time she and Susan were best of friends and with whom she grew up. But they haven’t spoken in years and she has no idea why she is mentioned in the will…
When Margaret finds out that Susan has willed custody of the children, Joel and Sammie, to her, she is thrown into a turmoil and is forced into considering whether she can, or wants to, refocus her life, which includes teaming up with Andrew, an old beau, to honor her deceased cousin’s wishes. As she discovers how special the children are, and how important Andrew is in their lives, will she find it in her heart to rekindle an old love and start a new life that could change her future forever? Or will she be convinced the children would be better cared for by their experienced grandmother and take the easy road, retreat to the city and her boyfriend Nathan, and continue to build her architectural career?
This film is Dove-approved for All Ages!
The Dove Take:
A true love-of-family story for anyone who has ever had a child in their lives and is a true accounting of upholding family values for all the right reasons with a little bit of refreshing romance tossed in for good measure!