Ram lives for one goal. That is, to become the head of the Jelani Family. His father has two wives, and Ram came from the first wife. However, his father, Zubari Jelani is partial to the second wife. A woman whose main goal is to take over all Zubari owns and make her son, Hondo, the head of the family. Her goals push Ram and his mother to the background. They live in the lush highlands of Nyeri, growing coffee, and tending banana plantations. All is going well until an attempt on his father's life drags Ram to Nairobi; to the company, his father owns and hopes to leave to Hondo. Ram meets Nia Tore, a mysterious woman who is out to acquire his family's most treasured asset: Mugumo Coffee. The four-hundred-acre coffee farm his family lives on is held as collateral for the massive loans taken by Jelani Industries, and Nia Tore wants to call in the debt. Nia Tore lives for one goal. That is, to bring down Atlas, a criminal organization that ruined her mother's career as a judge, and left her father scarred. Members of Atlas invaded her home and terrorized her family, all because Shana Tore would not take a bribe. The incident leaves Shana unable to face the outside world. Nia and her father vow revenge against Atlas for the harm done. Akaba Tore and Nia dedicate their skills, money, and time to bringing down Atlas. They will not rest until the men who invaded their home are brought to justice. After ten years of careful searching and planning, their goal seems stalled, until an attempt on Zubari Jelani's life gives them an opening into Atlas's leadership. Nia must make a move to discover who the head of Atlas is, and it involves the ownership of a four hundred-acre coffee farm that a ruthless Ram Jelani calls home. Can she acquire the farm? Will Ram Jelani expose her to Atlas? And, why is Ram so ruthless?