This season, Hope Valley will get more than a few surprises, as well as a few new faces. Meanwhile, Jack and Elizabeth’s love grows stronger than ever as their passions are tested in more ways than one.
Elizabeth strives to help a young boy come to terms with an past injury while she and Jack coach the kids in baseball.
Elizabeth must try to coax the truth from Robert after his lie about seeing a bear makes him the town hero.
To raise money for new school supplies, Elizabeth and the kids throw a carnival. The carnival sheds new light and possibly even hope, on Phillip’s relationship with his distant father.
Elizabeth struggles with growing pains at the school. An old friend comes to visit Jack. Abigail’s tenure as mayor is threatened. Rosemary plays matchmaker.
Elizabeth fights to clear her name and get her job back. Jack gets some troubling news. Wyatt and the railroad continue to make problems for Hope Valley. The children have to deal with a stern new schoolteacher.
After the death of a friend, Jack makes some difficult life choices that may affect Elizabeth as well.
Elizabeth has problems in her classroom when the nephews of Ray Wyatt come to her class and bully other students. Lee loses his voice and Rosemary does the talking for him. Bill finds AJ foster. Ray Wyatt opens a commissary.
Tension between Elizabeth and her new students continues. Lee and Rosemary fight about Rosemary learning to drive. Abigail struggles to hold the cafe together while the railroad’s commissary thrives.
Elizabeth takes Opal in while her parents are away. A newcomer to Hope Valley has some insight into Carson Shepherd’s mysterious past. An unlikely turn of events puts Cody in harm’s way.