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'Rules of Engagement' on 'When Calls the Heart' brings new loves to Coal Valley

Rules of Engagement, the 11th episode of "When Calls the Heart," debuted on Hallmark Channel Sat., March 23, 2014. The Hallmark series, based on the books by Janette Oke and produced by Michael Landon Jr., stars Erin Krakow, Lori Loughlin and Daniel Lissing. Attractive visitors to Coal Valley, played by guest stars Jack Wagner and Pascale Hutton, bring possibilities of new romance to the coal mining town in the Canadian frontier.

Daniel Lissing and Pascale Hutton in When Calls the Heart Rules of Engagement on Hallmark Channel
Copyright 2013 Crown Media United States, LLC/Photographer: Eike Schroter

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Canadian Mountie Jack (Daniel Lissing) is hailed a hero after putting away the dangerous Tolliver outlaws. As a hero, Jack has his choice of posts and has decided to return to Coal Valley for good. He believes the Coal Valley is where he belongs and he can continue to court pretty schoolteacher Elizabeth (Erin Krakow, "Chance at Romance").

Elizabeth sees her younger sister Julie (Charlotte Hegele) off in the stagecoach. As Julie boards, another woman gets off the coach and greets Elizabeth. The gorgeous woman, Rosemary LeVeaux (Pascale Hutton), is about to complicate life in Coal Valley, as she announces that Jack is her fiancée.

Elizabeth is crushed that Jack never mentioned his engagement. It turns out that Jack and Julie are no longer engaged, because Julie broke up with Jack to pursue her career two years earlier. Julie is very positive and direct as she tells Jack that she will do whatever it takes to get him back.

Jack tries to explain that Julie is in his past, but Elizabeth is furious with the handsome Mountie. While Julie pursues Jack, the personable actress makes a big splash in town, becoming popular with the townspeople. She wastes no time making Coal Valley her home. As Julie taunts Elizabeth, the schoolteacher becomes jealous and her confidence is shaken.

Bill Avery (Jack Wagner, "The Bold and the Beautiful," "My Gal Sunday") is another newcomer to Coal Valley. Jack has asked Bill, a Mountie forensic investigator and friend, to help Abigail (Lori Loughlin, "Full House," "Garage Sale Mystery") make a case against Gowen (Martin Cummins) and the Pacific Northwest Mining Company regarding the tragic mine explosion.

Bill and Abigail work on the case together and an attraction develops. Bill heroically sends Gowen away when he villanously threatens Abigail.

Elizabeth helps a new student (Ty Wood) realize his potential, encouraging him to pursue an education instead of working in the mines. Her dreama for the bright young man are thwarted by his family's financial necessity.

Elizabeth's father sends a letter expressing his concern about her safety. He writes that she has received a very good offer to teach at a prestigious school back East. In light of her disappointment with Jack, she wonders if she should leave Coal Valley for the tempting offer.

The cast of "When Calls the Heart: Rules of Engagement" includes: Erin Krakow (Elizabeth Thatcher), Lori Loughlin (Abigail Stanton), Daniel Lissing (Jack Thornton), Jack Wagner (Bill Avery), Chelah Horsdal (Cat Montgomery), Pascale Hutton (Rosemary LeVeaux), Mitchell Kummen (Gabe Montgomery), Martin Cummins (Henry Gowen), Bruce Harwood (Mayor Silas Ramsey), Erica Carroll (Dottie Ramsey), Bill Dow (Tom Trevoy) and Ty Wood.

“When Calls the Heart” is a Believe Pictures and Brad Krevoy Television production. Executive Producers are Brad Krevoy, Brian Bird, Michael Landon Jr., Michael Shepard, Jimmy Townsend. Co-Executive Producers are Francisco J. Gonzalez, Alexandre Coscas and Eric Jarboe, produced by Vicki Sotheran and Greg Malcolm. Written by Tippi and Neal Dobrofsky, Directed by Neill Fearnley. The series is based on the novel, When Calls the Heart by Janette Oke.

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