Lord Carlyle, governor of an Indian province, a ruthless type of a man, attracted by Adrienne's beauty, makes her his wife, but does not win her love. Andrew Fabian, studying for the ministry, comes to India. After a scene involving Carlyle and another woman Adrienne leaves him. She and Fabian meet aboard ship and he persuades her to join a pilgrimage to Damascus, where they learn to love each other. Called back to reality by the voice form the minaret, Adrienne returns to her husband and they soon go back to England. Fabian becomes minister of a church in London. They meet again. Carlyle, suspicious, arranges a ruse and learns the truth. As he is about to denounce Fabian an attack of an old malady kills him, and the lovers find happiness. - Moving Picture World 1923.
What is a vow to man or God when two sway in the desert's spell - where none know, none hear, where no prying eyes may see?