For better or for worse are more than words to some people, and Mash finds himself on the verge of learning if those words apply to the woman he adores more than anything. Are these two a match made in heaven, or were they a stepping stone in finding out what their hearts truthfully desire?
In town for a friend’s destination wedding, Maximus notices Nadia while working at a venue, and sends a request to meet her. The two feel an attraction and exchange information, and though Nadia lacks experience dating outside of her culture, she frees her tight strings for once, and agrees to go on a date with the handsome stranger.
The chemistry between Maximus and Nadia leads to a physical and emotional connection, they both dread coming to an end after their short week together. Will Nadia trust the smoldering, brown-eyed ladies' man with her heart and find what she has been looking for, or is she going to falter under the spell of another lover who will damage her further?
Unable to explain the burst of emotion she feels for this man, Landon's decision making and overall change doesn't sit well with Todd who regrets letting her slip through his fingers. He watches on in agony as the love of his life falls for another man, and experiences a series of disappointments.
Jules and Jen embark on a changing scenario of living arrangements to satisfy Jen's desire to be close to her son. Jen contemplates making her move for her inheritance against the advice of Jay who now finds himself at the forefront of his son's mother's protection. He and Millicent continue to prove everyone wrong about their love as Launa, Landon's sister emerges from the background as the lover of Jules' brother, Juan, whom she met at the wedding.
Tammy's interference as well as Landon's sudden love interest force Millicent and Landon to meet and discuss their friendship, while Love, Sex, and Suspense continue to unfold in The Crossing.