When last we left Hope Valley, Elizabeth had made her fateful decision– she was going to date Lucas, the roguish owner of the Saloon that helped her get her work published– rather than date the new Constable Nathan.
Out Like a Lamb had some promise for some character development. Mountie Nate had been hit by a car, and we were led to believe that he would have some amnesia. Led to believe that by the trailer for the next episode. Finally, something that might break up the flirting that had been going on between the two “almost love-birds.”
Mary is a very busy woman! She is constantly working at her job and trying to manage a relationship with a man at the same time. When she finally gets a vacation, she goes hiking on a trail and finds a lodge that she used to go to.
Mia Thermophilus was an average girl. Well, at least she thought. When her grandmother tells her she is a princess, Mia doesn’t like the idea. She claims she likes being nobody, but she agrees to give it a try.
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