Riding to town for supplies, Dan Reed finds a turmoil. Who is Jim Granger, and what is the importance of a palamino horse? To resolve the matter, Jim wants to hire the Lone Ranger as his personal gunman. He don’t know him very well… do he?
Jim shares his frustrations about the gent his daughter wants to marry, but the Lone Ranger formulates his own ideas to handle the situation that won’t break any laws. Meanwhile, Jane sees her ordeal on her own terms, but is just as determined to make changes her own way.
This is rapidly becoming a tangled mess, can the masked man unravel it?
Who does Jane actually love anyway? The count, or his hotheaded ranch hand? With all the emotions and false intentions running rampant, the Lone Ranger plays it cool and plays the players to ensure the planned wedding goes off without a hitch. Somebody has a murder planned, and some truths are revealed that prevents a life of unhappiness.