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by Angela Elwell Hunt,Douglas Barr,NICC


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A sequel to Angela Hunt’s best-selling novel, The Note, on which the Hallmark movie was based. This novelization based on the Hallmark movie sequel will contain color images from the second movie. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

When one This was a nice love story spanning two intertwining between a 1960's Vietnam War love story and that of Peyton and King.

At the end of the book there is a note from Hunt, who explains that the setting and a character name have changed from The Note. Actually they were changed when The Note was made into a Hallmark movie. When one This was a nice love story spanning two intertwining between a 1960's Vietnam War love story and that of Peyton and King.

Award-winning author Angela Elwell Hunt writes for both children and adults.

Award-winning author Angela Elwell Hunt writes for both children and adults. Her books number over seventy titles and include The Keepers of the Ring Series, When Your Parents Pull Apart, The Cassie Perkins Series, and the best-selling Tale of Three Trees.

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The Note II: Taking a Chance on Love by Angela Hunt is the novelized version of the Hallmark movie. Peyton MacGruder's career as the Heart Healer is taking off at the newspaper, as is her relationship with fellow reporter Kingston Danville.

Newspaper columnist Peyton MacGruder has returned to her job after covering the story of an ill-fated Pan World flight. Having recently discovered Christine, the daughter she gave up to an adoption agency nineteen years ago, she is reluctant to commit to the handsome sportswriter Kingston Danville. She feels she owes it to Christine to set her love life aside and make up for lost time. But when a reader challenges Peyton’s advice to “let caution trump passion,” Peyton determines to learn the reason behind her reader’s cynicism . . . and in the process, discovers answers to her own heart-rending dilemma. A sequel to Angela Hunt’s best-selling novel, The Note, on which the Hallmark movie was based. This novelization based on the Hallmark movie sequel will contain color images from the second movie.

Comments: (7)

Kirizius
Angela Hunt never disappoints. Even though the story was changed slightly from the movie, it's still great. Didn't want it to end. This is my first Ebook, and found it convenient.
Gagas
interesting story of love. I also have ALL the movies of this book. it was hard to put down, so I read it in 2 days which I never did. so buying this book is worth the price
Acebiolane
Reading is my hobby
Mullador
I loved The Note and read it in a weekend and was so looking forward to the second one. However when I started reading the story had changed. Different places , different name and different past for the main character. The story is just not as interesting as the first one, not really worth reading. My advice read The Note and skip this one.
Agalas
Peyton receives a letter one day that helps to change her prospective on life. She goes to meet the letter writer and finds the meeting to be unsettling and confusing. Can she juggle her new found daughter and boyfriend without hurting someone? Could it be possible that her approach to love is all wrong? Take a short journey with Peyton as she discovers what love is really about.

I have not read the first book or watched the movie (or movies). So I started the book feeling a little confused. The style of writing felt more like a movie than the author's typical style of writing. Other reviewers also mentioned that it felt more like reading a screen play than reading a novel. Perhaps this might have contributed to the unrealistic feel that the entire book left me with. The secondary story of the older woman was intriguing, but has definitely been done before. While I enjoyed the story for the most part, it didn't leave me with the desire to go back and check out the first book.

I received this book free of charge from Tyndale in exchange for my honest review.
Anazan
The Note II: Taking a Chance on Love by Angela Hunt is the novelized version of the Hallmark movie. Peyton MacGruder's career as the Heart Healer is taking off at the newspaper, as is her relationship with fellow reporter Kingston Danville. The new bond with the daughter she gave up for adoption 18 years ago is a little shaky, but Peyton is loving every moment of getting to know Christine. After writing a column about the value of choosing caution over passion, she receives a letter from a reader, Eve, who scolds her for being shortsighted and maybe missing out on something wonderful. As the two women get to know each other, they are both forced to confront choices and rethink their lives. Hunt is one of my favorite writers, and while it can be difficult to make novelizations as enthralling as their movie counterparts, she brings each character to life. Being a long time fan of Genie Francis, Hunt perfectly captured the actress' nuances and mannerisms making each scene vivid. The plot, though a bit fluffy, is rendered with care and depth, and the lesson about learning to trust your heart is a good one. It's a perfect, quick beach read for summer.
HelloBoB:D
I guess I was bound to be disappointed, as much as I loved <em>The Note</em>, but I was hoping Angela Hunt could write a sequel that I would love as much as the original. Unfortunately, she did not. She wrote a Hallmark movie--sappy sweet, cast with beautiful people and all tied up with a bow at the end. I can't say much about plot details without them being a spoiler either for this book or for <em>The Note</em>, so I won't say much except that the main character is a newspaper columnist whose column is titled <em>Heart Healer.</em> The story focuses on a statement she made in one column "Passion. It should always be tempered with caution. Especially when it comes to affairs of the heart." and a reader's disagreement with that statement.

At the end of the book there is a note from Hunt, who explains that the setting and a character name have changed from <em>The Note</em>. Actually they were changed when <em>The Note </em>was made into a Hallmark movie. I think a big difference in the books is that while Hallmark took <em>The Note</em> and made it into a movie (which I'll assume had Hallmarks usual sweet style) <em>The Note II</em> was written to be a Hallmark movie, and it shows. This book has a center section with glossy photos of the movie, which stars Genie Francis and Ted McGinley.

While characterized as Christian fiction, I stated that religion played almost no part in <em>The Note</em> and that I thought anyone could enjoy the book, even if not Christian. <em>The Note II</em> is more obviously Christian. We go to church with Peyton and hear part of the sermon. Peyton mentions God in some of her columns. The religious aspects aren't overbearing, but they are there, not really relevant to the story and probably are enough to turn off someone who doesn't want to read about religion in a novel.

If I hadn't read The Note, I might have been happier with The Note II. As it is, I'd characterize it as fair--a quick easy read, another visit with friends from The Note, but nothing exceptional.
If you enjoy a good love story, here's one for you. Actually, this quick-to-read novel contains two love stories.

There is a theme of taking the initiative to step out and ask forgiveness of those you've wronged so that you can move forward with life. Lead with your heart, not your head. This story begins where the The Note leaves off.

Everyone knows that the book is better than the movie, and in this case, that certainly proves true. I enjoyed reading the thoughts of the protagonist, Peyton. Her thoughts need to be "heard." In the movie, the viewer is forced to "read between the lines." In the book, the reader peeks inside her brain to better understand her thought process. Discussions questions are included.
The Note II: Taking a Chance on Love download epub
Literature & Fiction
Author: Angela Elwell Hunt,Douglas Barr,NICC
ISBN: 1414332955
Category: Christian Books & Bibles
Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. (April 16, 2009)
Pages: 256 pages