A British nobleman, heavily in debut to a moneylender, agrees to marry the man's daughter in exchange for his debt being cleared. However, since the girl is Jewish, her new "husband" lets her know that the marriage is strictly a business matter and that he could never have romantic feelings for one of "her kind".
Dan Cupid pulls one of his strangest pranks in this Elinor Glyn romance that starts off on the wrong foot and comes through misunderstanding and intrigue to true love. Keeps you guessing and gasping. (Print Ad-Daily Times, ((Beaver, Penna.)) 8 April 1927)