Some Lust, No Trust is about an educated young man drifting through life on the established comfort of his accountant father. This situation suddenly changes when his father fails to return from a fishing trip; and his affectionate-though scatter-brained-mother announces that the family home had been rented, not owned, and she intends to join her sister in a distant town. Rejecting an offer to join them, he vacations in a gold mining town inland, where the behavior of a new friend entices him to participate in a robbery.
He is alarmed when his cohorts seem oblivious to the dangers and consequences; realizing it is too late to withdraw and that self-protection is imperative. A provocative young woman recounts a painful childhood, upsetting him in more ways than one. As she is drawn into the robbery scheme, he knows that he must ensure her safety-even though it might jeopardize his own.
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