Janiyah Henderson may be twenty-four, but her family still treats her like a kid. Sure, she's loving her life after college with little to no responsibility, but when her dad announces that her three older brothers will have to look out for her when he's gone, she sees only one solution: prove them all wrong. When she discovers that her brother's best friend, Fredrick Jenkins, needs an administrative assistant, she's determined to get that job. So what if she's been crazy about the conservative accountant since she was a kid? She's the last woman Freddy would fall in love with.
But Fredrick is far from immune to Janiyah's charms. He may not be able to control his attraction, but he's also aware that Janiyah's more interested in eating his cereal and teasing him, than viewing him as boyfriend material. When he offers her the job, he doesn't expect her to give up late mornings and colorful outfits for eight a.m. meetings and pantyhose for long. But as Janiyah shines as his employee, he worries he's in danger of falling in love with a woman he shouldn't care for.
Before long the attraction they tried to ignore bubbles to the surface. And after Fredrick introduces Janiyah to the man behind the numbers, she's ready to show him that she's just the type of woman he needs.