Going to Texas is the ‘feeling of home’ is the place this Hallmark romance whats to charm us by. Plus, it features a new-to-the-network cast that fits in their cowboy (or cowgirl!) boots and roles quite well. Abby (Jonna Walsh) is an entrepreneur who is on the verge of taking her lifestyle brand to the next level. An East Coast executive likes her genuine web series is, and that she’s an East Coast girl. This sparks interest, and now he wants to take a line of products with her name into his own home goods stores.
Life in New England comes to a halt when her mother asks her to return to their hometown and help her father in the wake of his accident. The trouble is, Abby’s hometown is in Texas! Once back home, Abby finds their tenuous relationship hasn’t changed. But what has is the landscape of her family’s ranch, including the ranch manger, Ryan (Nathan Parsons), who also happens to be her ex!
A Feeling of Home (2019) Hallmark Review
As has been the progression of the TV films I’ve enjoyed, the locations have been hopping around from the typical small towns. It’s a change that’s put a new pep in the step of so many of these, and I 100% love it. Something else that’s fun about this script, though it’s not true of every film from the channel, is the new faces playing the romancers.
If you once enjoyed PiXL, you’ll remember Nathan from Late Bloomer (in which he plays a swoon-y love interest). However if sci-fi is more your thing, you’ll recognize him from the CW show Roswell: New Mexico. I really quite like him in this role. He’s fantastic and has a great “presence” as a cowboy with Texan origins; everything about him fits the character well.
I’m unfamiliar with the rest of the primary cast, but do recognize some of the supporting actors. To be honest I don’t love how everyone works out or with their characters in A Feeling of Home. That said, the story is still fun and keeps true to the brand of this network. There’s plenty of adorable romance, and the heart of the story finds its way to a good place, which is happiness.
If wholesome romance is your thing or you think the story sounds sweet, you’ll want to see this one. It’s a fun visit to Texas that evokes all the romantic drama feelings.#Hallmark Review: A Feeling of Home - #Romance About Truth and Happiness Click To Tweet
Content: As each Hallmark film adheres too, this one is family friendly.
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