The rest of the episode would be a strong 8.5/10.
Whoever wrote the Kiera going to Kellogg to have sex scene deserves to be fired. If Episode10 opens with Kiera having had sex with Kellogg, Kiera having sex with Kellog or any references of Kiera having had sex with Kellogg then the show will have jumped the shark and it won't deserve a second season anymore.
It would be one of the best examples of how to waste your main character in an excellent tv show in a couple minutes negating the whole plot and previous character development with just a crap nonsense soap fake "shock factor" scene. Kiera wanting to have sex with Kellogg negates everything seen before, it's awful bad writing. It's just plain bad. It doesn't make any sense. It's just plain lame.
If that is what the series creator really did then this show would turn from excellent to plain bad.