RANGER'S WILD WOMAN
Ranger Jefferson, just one in a long line of Jefferson men determined not
to marry, prepares to leave home and strike out on his own. En route, hitchhiker Hannah Hotchkiss hops into his car, also looking to find a new life of her own. But she discovers that the man she's running from is sitting behind the wheel of the car. Stranded together, the two negotiate a relationship that is designed to be casual but quickly becomes all too serious. Tina Leonard abruptly flip-flops her hero and heroine's conflict, which makes RANGER'S WILD WOMAN (1) seem implausible.