Aniya’s life is on the mend. She is done with putting her everything into people that no longer appreciate her. She has her narcissistic ex-husband to thank for that. Following their brutal divorce, she is forced to raise their seven year old son basically on her own. Faced with this new reality she vows to be unapologetically devoted to rebuilding her life. Starting with rejoining the workforce and reclaiming the talents and passions she laid down for her marriage.
Hasan Davis is a third generation attorney who was titled “Philly’s most eligible under Forty”. He grew up with a silver spoon in his mouth and a mother who thinks she knows best. But when she assigns him to head up a chapter of the firm’s philanthropic arm it forces him to question the career path that has been laid out for him through his families legacy. With a clear view of where he wants his career to go, his old playboy ways come back to haunt him forcing him to lay down his cavalier attitude and start to live authentically.
When Hasan meets Aniya and her son Junior he realizes that he may have never known real love before, and Aniya starts to think she may have to give love a second chance. But when Aniya’s ex-husband threatens her with legal action her new beginning starts to unravel jeopardizing her job, her son, and her new life.
When love has left you bankrupt and life has knocked you down, when hope seems too expensive can you afford to love again?