June Baker and her mother manage a summer resort, the only thing her father left them after his death. But it is heavily in debt and Charlie Wayde holds the mortgage and wants to marry June. After June meets Tony Parker, she begins to fall in love, but fears he is another Resort Romeo.
Carla has been dating Bern Madsen, and she is ready to marry him but still thinks of Jeff Condon, a pilot she met while he was on furlough from Korea. Even though she has not seen or heard from Condon after their last meeting, she goes to see him... to make sure... and finds him a hopeless romantic unable to commit to one woman.
Sharon hates watching her sister Elaine suffer through, married to Phil who "gets by" working at a gas station. Vowing not to let that happen to her, Sharon goes to New York to find a "rich man" and meets Larry Curtis, son of her boss. After he proposes, he tells Sharon he has used every penny he had to buy into an ad agency in Dallas. He is now broke... does Sharon go with him to Dallas?
Judy works at the Hi School Music Shop, and was intently listening to the new record by Joe Banner, when he enters the store. There is an immediate connection, and during their whirlwind romance, Judy learns that Joe still lives with his mother. When he takes her home to announce their engagement, the mother feigns a heart attack. Judy leaves, catching a bus home that hits a gas tanker truck exploding into flames. Joe has made a decision, and chases after Judy arriving in time to rescue her from the flames.