Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Love's Unfolding Dream coming to DVD May 8th

CENTURY CITY, Calif. – An endearing story of faith and perseverance just in time for Mother’s Day, Love’s Unfolding Dream debuts on DVD May 6 from Fox Faith, the faith-based programming label from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. Based on the sixth novel in the Love Comes Softly series by bestselling author Janette Oke, Love’s Unfolding Dream is a coming-of-age tale centering on heroine Missie Lahaye’s (Erin Cottrell, “Little House on the Prairie,” Love Comes Softly series) strong-willed daughter Belinda Taylor (Scout Taylor Compton, 13 Going On 30). Belinda is determined to transcend the conventional way of life and pursue a career in medicine, but along the way she falls in love with the town newcomer Drew Simpson (Patrick Levis, “The King of Queens”) and must explore and discover whether following her dreams and listening to her heart can coexist.

A truly successful and enduring franchise, the Love Comes Softly series has sold more than 30 million books and 3.5 million DVDs. Now in Love’s Unfolding Dream, fans are reunited with cast favorites and introduced to new teenage characters. Previous titles in the series – Love Comes Softly, Love’s Enduring Promise, Love’s Long Journey, Love’s Abiding Joy and Love’s Unending Legacy – rank as the highest rated films in the history of The Hallmark Channel and have all been mainstays on the Christian Booksellers Association top 10 adult titles chart. Love’s Unfolding Dream will be available at the suggested retail price of $22.98 U.S./$25.98 Canada. Prebook is April 9, 2008.

DVD Features:

The Love’s Unfolding Dream DVD is presented in widescreen format with English Dolby Surround Sound 2.0 and English and Spanish subtitles.


From award-wining author Janette Oke comes the sixth chapter in the Love Comes Softly series, Love’s Unfolding Dream. As Missie’s daughter Belinda struggles to discover her own place in the world, she is torn between two loves – her dream of being a doctor and her fondness for a newcomer in town.

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