Peggy loves factory worker Ralph, an inventor in his spare time. Peggy’s spinster sister Blanche urges her to choose wealthy Oliver instead. Ralph refuses to marry Peggy until he sells his new invention to the television industry--she gets tired of waiting and starts to date Oliver. But Ralph returns, a success, and he and Peggy reconcile.
Teddy Robbins; Joe Mahoney; Timmy "Pretty Boy" Robbins; Spike; Chicago Al; Stanley "Lucky" Kane
Joe, the manager of boxer Timmy, wants to marry Timmy’s sister Teddy but she doesn’t love him. Joe mismanages Timmy’s career to try and convince her to change her mind. Teddy is about to give in when former boxer Stan arrives and takes over Timmy’s contract. He also marries Teddy.
in Love at First Sight (Ace, 1949 series) #31 (November 1954)
Office worker Fern is engaged to car salesman Van, but he is in no hurry to set the date. Fern meets handsome psychology professor Rick, who suggests she date him to make Van jealous enough to get married right away. Rick falls in love with Fern and proves that Van is a two-timing cad. Rick and Fern will wed.
in Love at First Sight (Ace, 1949 series) #33 (February 1955)
Julie Farrell; Hugh Firman; Professor Darrell Winfield; Miss Curtis
College student Julie forms a crush on professor Darrell, although she is dating fellow student Hugh. Julie breaks up with Hugh and starts meeting Darrell, although he insists on keeping their relationship a secret. Julie realises Darrell is just using her, but she’s expelled for her actions anyway. Darrell apologises and offers to marry Julie but she chooses Hugh.
in Complete Love Magazine (Ace, 1951 series) #v30#5 / 180 (November 1954).