Lucas: Now, I know that this is not a date, but would you say that, as friends, we toast to your success with a glass of champagne?
Elizabeth: I would like that very much.
Lucas: However, if this were a date, I would take your jacket. [Elizabeth gives him her jacket]
Elizabeth: Thank you.
Lucas: I would also pull your chair out for you. And I might even gently touch your hand as I pass you your glass and hold your gaze for longer than normal.
Elizabeth: And I would think that was very sweet.

Nathan: You're up early.
Elizabeth: Just shaking off the cobwebs before school starts.
Nathan: You know, I find it hard to believe you have any cobwebs up there.

Lucas: Elizabeth?
Elizabeth: Hi.
Lucas: Hi. I made Henry an offer.
Elizabeth: What kind of offer?
Lucas: The only kind that would keep me in business with him.
Elizabeth: What did he say?
Lucas: No.
Elizabeth: Well, I appreciate you doing what you could.
Lucas: You know what? You just made a book deal. Instead of being sad, we should be celebrating.
Elizabeth: Lucas, I just feel bad about all those oil employees.
Lucas: I understand. I do, too. But life is too short not to appreciate the good things when they happen. Can you meet me tonight, in the library?

Elizabeth? Would you like to get dinner with me? When I get back? Maybe at the cafe? I'll tell you what. Why don't you think about it, and you can let me know.


Rosemary: Sooner or later, you're going to have to decide.
Elizabeth: I know. I think by not deciding, I'm protecting myself from letting in either of them.
Rosemary: Elizabeth, we all have our own path. And when the time is right for you to choose, you'll know.

Susannah: Oh, is this the little boy you were talking about?
Rosemary: Yes, this is Little Jack.
Susannah: Ah, he reminds me of my son, Patrick.
Lee: You named your son Patrick.
Susannah: Mmm-hmm.
Lee: It's a good name.

Elizabeth: I'm getting paid to write. I can't believe it!
Lucas: Well, I can because I've read your work.

Elizabeth: Lucas, you can't just take someone's writing and send it to whomever you please.
Lucas: I trust her opinion. Do you trust mine?
Elizabeth: Yes, of course. But that is not the point here.
Lucas: But this is what you wanted, isn't it? I guess I shouldn't have sent without asking but just take a look. think about it.

Rosemary: I think this accident has reminded him of how very fleeting life can be.
Elizabeth: Yesterday did that for all of us.

Nathan: So what can I help you with?
Elizabeth: I think we should talk. About yesterday.
Nathan: I don't really think there's much to talk about.
Elizabeth: Well, I do. What was that?
Nathan: A lot of stuff happened up there, and if you don't mind, that's just where I'd like to leave it.
Elizabeth: That's not what I want.
Nathan: I have to get to the train station.
Elizabeth: You're entitled to whatever it is you are feeling, but please stop shutting me out.
Nathan: I'm not shutting you out.
Elizabeth: Really? This is clearly about so much more than me running after Emily.
Nathan: I really have to get going, OK? I don't...
Elizabeth: Nathan. Do you want to know how I ended up in Union City with Lucas?
Nathan: How?
Elizabeth: He asked. Be safe.

Lucas: Just don't do anything stupid, Henry.
Henry: Such as?
Lucas: Such as covering your tracks. Right now, this is just a disagreement between partners. I don't think we want it to become anything more than that.

Elizabeth, I just want you to be safe because, because you matter to me. Good night.


When Calls the Heart Quotes

Elizabeth: Why are you so interested in setting up the library?
Lucas: Hope Valley needs one.
Elizabeth: Is that the only reason? Because if I have in any way led you to believe... Never mind.
Lucas: Now I'm not going to deny that I was aware of your beauty, but as I got to know you, I became fascinated by your goodness. [picks up a book] Dangerous Liaisons. One of my favorites. I wanted a library because it seemed like a good thing. No disrespect.

I have one of these at the office; I do not need one in my house.