Saturday, December 13, 2014

When Calls the Heart-Rules of Engagement DVD Review 5-star

After taking care of the Tollivers, hero Jack returns to Coal Valley. His ex-fiancée Rosemary LeVeaux also arrives. Rosemary broke up with him long ago to become an actress. However, she now seeks to make Coal Valley her home and Jack her husband, putting Elizabeth at odds with Jack. Meanwhile, he has asked forensic investigator and friend Bill Avery to help Abigail in regards to Gowen, the mining company and the explosion. As Bill works with Abigail, he becomes attracted in her, admitting his intentions to Jack. Abigail also has the same purpose. Elizabeth receives news from back home, causing her to consider leaving Coal Valley.

Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
Studio: Word Entertainment
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)

   The next story in the When Calls the Heart series, Rules of Engagement is the best one yet. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
  Rules of Engagement is a very tender, compassionate story.
  Jack and Elizabeth are getting along very well, until  someone from Jack’s past comes to town.
   A new character Bill who is investigating the mine cave-in, who is very attentive to Abigail. They work together to expose what happened at the mine.
   Rules of Engagement stops at a cliff hanging scene so I know their will be more and I look forward to it. Really did enjoy this DVD and look forward to the next one.
  Michael Landon Jr. and Hallmark make the best movies. Get this series for your DVD library. It will be well worth your time and money. This is a 5-star DVD. Highly recommended.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I have seen the first movie and I enjoyed it. Soon I will see the Lost and Found and I am looking forward to it. these are great! Marg