Wednesday, April 25, 2012

PREVIEW: Genie Francis in Hallmark's 'Notes From The Heart Healer' May 12

Below is a preview for the latest Genie Francis Hallmark movie, Notes From the Heart Healer, which premieres on Saturday, May 7 at 8 p.m. ET on Hallmark Channel.

Hallmark Channel Original Movie
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It’s good to know that if your heart is broken and requires immediate healing, there is somebody out there who can do the job.  That lesson is at the heart (so to speak) of Notes From the Heart Healer, the Hallmark Channel Original Movie and much-anticipated third installment in Hallmark’s highly-rated movie franchise The Note.  Emmy®-winning Genie Francis (THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS; GENERAL HOSPITAL) and Ted McGinley (DYNASTY) reprise their roles as Peyton MacGruder (Francis) and her husband, King (McGinley).

As Notes From the Heart Healer opens, journalist Peyton, who married King a year ago, has written her first book based on her popular advice column The Heart Healer.  Here is how great this woman’s life is: First, her publisher sent her out on tour to promote the book, which almost never happens anymore.  Second, King shows up unexpectedly after planning a special weekend at a romantic cottage to celebrate their first anniversary.  This lady truly has the life.  But right about then, things start to take a turn.  They unexpectedly find a baby abandoned on their doorstep complete with an anonymous note begging them to take care of the child.  Peyton quickly locates the baby’s mother, Violet (newcomer Laci Mailey), and finds a young woman panicked and down on her luck.  But the real surprise comes for Peyton when she’s consumed by her maternal instinct.  You see, Peyton gave up a baby for adoption herself years before and has regretted it ever since.  Now she finds herself questioning whether she can relinquish custody of this child.

To be sure, Notes From the Heart Healer will leave your own heart feeling restored as it powerfully delivers its message of hope, faith and courage. 

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