Angel Falls. A quaint little fictional town in East Texas, tucked right up against the gorgeous (and very real) Angelina National Forest. Just outside Angel Falls is a piece of property owned by a crusty (and sometimes crotchety) bachelor named Andrew Hart. This taciturn elderly gentleman has a reputation...folks think he sees angels. Talks with them too. Hart's not about to verify that rumor, but then, he doesn't deny it either.
Hanging above the big double gates fronting this piece of East Texas real estate, a rustic wooden sign catches the eye of passers by. The sign reads: HEART'S HAVEN. It is said there's a story behind that sign...
On the land behind Hart's huge home are eight small cottages, arranged loosely in the shape of a heart -- if one were to look down on the complex from above, that's what they'd see. Seems the old guy has a bit of romance in his bones, despite his mysterious bachelor status.
Each unit is fronted by a gate, over which curves a trellised arch. In season, luscious flowers grace those curved entrances. But even when the flowers die out for the year, a pretty little sign hangs above each gate. MAY LOVE FIND ALL WHO ENTER HERE, it proclaims. They're words old Hart borrowed from his grandmother, Lily Hart's hand-stitched tapestry. Lily must have prayed over every stitch, because it is a fact that love almost always does find folks brave enough to pass through the gates of HEART'S HAVEN.
Are you one of those daring souls? If so...the gate's open...come on in.