Judge James Farnum; Connie Leland; Big Tim Leland; Jack Bridges; Emily Carlton
Connie wants her father to defeat James for a judgeship. She decides to ruin James’s sterling reputation and arranges for a photo to be taken of them kissing. When the scandal hits the newspapers, Connie discovers she really loves James, who has fled to his mountain cabin. Connie goes there with Emily, who loves James, and her father’s campaign manager Jack. Connie gives up James to atone for her actions, and leaves with Jack, who loves her.
Flame runs her late father’s ranch. She dates wealthy newcomer Eric, much to the consternation of local veterinarian Jon. When Flame leaves a party to celebrate her engagement to Eric because her stallion Ebony has run off, Eric breaks up with her. Jon and Flame track down Ebony and rescue the horse from Eric, who is whipping it. Flame knows Jon is the man for her.
Phyllis Gantry [as Phyllis Baxter]; Pop Nealy; Wayne Kilby; Mac; Walter Bates; Mrs. Bates
Phyllis arrives at Pop’s isolated diner, fleeing from something she won’t explain. She's hired as a waitress. When Pop has a heart attack, Phyllis runs the diner in his absence. Writer Wayne shows up but Phyllis refuses to let him write an article about her. Wayne and Phyllis fall in love, but she has a secret: Mrs. Bates, the wife of her former boss, accused her of having an affair with her husband. Phyllis fled from the scandal. Wayne brings the lawyer and Mrs. Bates to the diner; they don’t even remember Phyllis, so she doesn’t have to run away anymore. Phyllis and Wayne will wed.
Mona goes to a mountain cabin to work on her latest love novel. She thinks Lance is a hobo and agrees to give him a meal; afterwards, he says he doesn’t think much of her work. He kisses her and she slaps him, and he says she has “ all the wrong reactions.” They fall in love but Mona’s press agent arrives and says it would be bad publicity if she married a hobo. The arrival of another man clears it up: Lance is a famous artist, not a hobo. Mona says “I don’t care what you are!” They will be wed.