At twenty-seven, Ke’maji is enjoying life, not looking for anything in particular except a good time. Despite pain from her past, she doesn’t let her dreams of love fade.
Enters Israel, who is fun, quiet, very successful, and fine. He’s navigating through life as best as he can at twenty-nine.
Both successful in their own right, Ke’maji and Israel cross paths, though neither is expecting anything more than a night out with friends. Having to take chances, risk a lot, and deal with exposed truths, will they be able to retain what started from a dare, or are they forced to let it go?