The limos pull up at this ridiculously opulent mansion, Sean waiting for them. There are thirteen women here, which is about twelve too many for Kacie's purposes, because all those girls "mean drama!" Don't be a hater, Kacie. You're better than that.
They go inside and see cameras and makeup tables, meaning they're doing a photo shoot. Sean explains that they're going to be cover models for Harlequin novels, and the person who shows the most chemistry with Sean will be chosen to appear on three actual novels.
Time for Sean to get his chest oiled while the women get their hair down and dress up in clothing that is, preferably, untieable. Tierra is, as I noted, being cast as the villain, the woman who's different with Sean than she is with the rest of the women. We see her rejecting hair extensions because she's "au natural," baby, which a) means "naked" and b) even if it meant "natural" like she thinks it does, it's not a philosophy that she appears to have applied to her chest.
And now the photo shoot! There is a horse, and Lesley M. looks great and Sean can barely contain his boner. The two of them kiss, and Lesley says she felt twelve sets of eyes glaring at her. And now it's some kind of fancy ball scenario, with Tierra deciding she's going to be aggressive. "I feel like this isn't a competition. I'm not going to let any girl stop me from getting the rose," she says.
Elsewhere, Kristy, whose job is "model," is giddy about putting her professional know-how to work, and since she's not Tierra, it's OK for the other woman to compliment her on how hot her scene with Sean was.
And then it's all over! The Harlequin woman singles out Lesley and Selma for praise, but she picks Kristy because everyone in the room could feel the heat between them. "Girl, you can have the cover. I'm going to have the man," Selma says. Likewise, Tierra, having also lost the cover competition, is now acting like she doesn't care about winning the cover competition.
And now it's time for poolside drinking and hurt feelings! Lesley is still groovin' on the kiss she had during the photo shoot, and she tries to ride that into a conversation with Sean. He asks her the real reason she's here tonight. Lesley eye-rolling pretends to reluctantly say she's sincerely here for love. This is what's known as being here for the right reasons. Sean tells us that every time he feels like kissing her, she gets nervous and changes the subject to something lighthearted, like the weather. Kiss her, you wuss! He does not kiss her. And we have to listen to this show's usual weird nonsense where the women act like a kiss from the Bachelor is like an inoculation against elimination.