What do you do when your job interview goes to crap and you're left wondering what the hell you're going to do now?
Well, Kamala Edwards does what she's always done; she brushes off the negativity and starts to form Plan B. Except, Kane Alexander has other plans for her life and she's not sure how to stop him. I mean, how many different ways can you tell someone to go screw themselves?
Kane Alexander was very rarely ever wrong, but when he was, he wasn't too proud to admit it. And when a person apologizes, all should be forgiven, right? Not so much when he's dealing with Kamala Edwards, apparently.
As Kane tries to make things right with Kam, he's proven wrong-again-when he realizes he needs to apologize to his brother for judging him and his friends when they suggested kidnapping as a perfect acceptable form of wooing.