This work talks about a teen mother with a difficult choice to make. China Cup Cameron might miss school or fall asleep in class sometimes, but she's trying hard to be a good mother to Amina, her two-year-old daughter. When tragedy befalls the small family, China must quit school and work full-time to make ends meet. But the only place in town that's willing to hire a fourteen-year-old high school dropout is Obsidian Queens, a strip club, and China is forced to make some difficult and potentially self-destructive decisions. The author of "When Kambia Elaine Flew in From Neptune" creates a window into the all-too-real world of a teen mother faced with unthinkable choices.