Forest ranger Scott chastises writer Diane for having an open fire at her cabin, and kisses her as well. Diane later flirts with him and flaunts her charms to make him fall in love with her, then rejects him cruelly. Publisher Don warns Diane that she really loves Scott and is only hurting herself. Scott rescues Diane from a forest fire and she admits that she loves him.
Skippy Walsh; Tommy Briggs; Vic Mennon; J.B.; Bud Serla
Business executive Skippy criticizes the men she dates and they break up with her as a result. She falls in love with Bud but he starts to find fault with her and she calls off their engagement. Bud explains he’s giving her a taste of her own medicine. Skippy apologizes and they make up and get married.
Kay is a British war bride who moves to the USA to be with her husband Bill. They must live with his parents, who are cold to her. Kay gets a job so they can find a place of their own sooner, but Bill’s parents accuse her of marrying their son just to come to America. Kay walks out into a snowstorm and Bill pursues, but he collapses due to recurrence of a war injury. Kay shields him with her own body until they’re rescued. Bill’s parents apologize for their rudeness and accept Kay into the family.
Rosemary; Tom; Bill Stanley; Jack Lakes [Jacques Leclair]
Rosemary grows up in poverty and vows to be rich some day. Working as a switchboard operator, she dates fellow worker Tom. Tom proposes marriage and she turns him down because he’s too poor. Rosemary invests her savings in a trip to Sun Valley to find a rich husband. She romances Jacques, pretending to be rich herself, and he proposes. Rosemary discovers she actually loves him and decides to confess all, but Jacques beats her to it: his name is Jack and he’s a fortune-hunter looking for a rich wife. Rosemary and Jack see the irony and will marry for love, not money.