1. The Girl Who Cried Wolf: Jay and Paula both agreed that romance has no place in the life of a man who has a daily brush with death-and the gremlins had to work overtime to convince them that test pilots make perfect lovers.
2. Blind Date with Love: Alex had to learn to pack a lifetime of love in one soldier's short leave-when she found out almost too late that theories aren't love.
3. Glamor Not Wanted: Andrea was launched in her torch-carrying campaign before she knew that Larry had already been branded by glamorous competition.
4. Wedding Postponed: Jinx called it off when he learned that Vicki was willing to love, honor and obey the next man who walked into her life-after her first fiancee jilted her.
5. Love Comes on Wings: Karen tried to pretend that Chris was the first exciting man to descend on her tropical Eden-because she was afraid to admit to herself that he was the ONLY man.
6. Convoy for Cupid: It was only natural for Linda to let a lonesome soldier hold her hand. But could she convince him that her heart was another matter?
7. Borrowed Boy Friend: Lizzie's Irish streak of sentiment was always pitching her heart-first into trouble-and that's exactly what happened when she dated English Tony Demarest who was socialite Angela Wingate's private property.
8. Can She Bake a Cherry Pie? Honey was a good enough actress to play the home-loving part Pete had created for her, but to' bake a cherry pie quicker than a cat can wink his eye' isn't the sort of thing a girl learns in the theatre.
9. Heartbreak in Paradise: From New York's Stork Club to a lonely Pacific island is a long way to carry a grudge-and it took a Jap torpedo to show Captain Mark Powers the real Stacey Wayne.
10. Furlough Flirtation: Trent insisted that a little mouse was just his style. But how could Ann believe him when she saw him go all out for glamor?
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