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Love's Enduring Promise

Love's Enduring Promise ★★½ 2004

In this followup to “Love Comes Softly,” it's 10 years later and Marty and Clark are happily married and raising their young children while the now-grown Missie (Jones) has become a teacher. She is also being courted by both the wealthy Grant (Astin) and poor but hard-working Willie (Bartholomew). But romance will have to wait when Clark has an accident and Missie must help out on the farm. From the novel by Janette Oke. 88m/C DVD . Katherine Heigl, Dale Midkiff, January Jones, MacKenzie Astin, Logan Bartholomew, Cliff De Young; D: Michael Landon Jr.; W: Michael Landon Jr., Cindy Kelley; C: Maximo Munzi; M: Kevin Kiner. CABLE

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