Everybody kept telling Jory Unger that she needed a man---her sister Missy, Lucas the maintenance man, her friend Toni when they met at the movies. Yet Jory wondered how she was supposed to find a man when her luck with men was so lousy. Besides, she had more important things to worry about---like how to stop her younger sister Missy from hanging out every night to all hours of the night with her new boyfriend, Joseph. So when Jory went to Joseph's apartment to have a talk with him and ended up telling her concerns to his older brother Caleb instead, she never considered him as man material because he had a girlfriend. Yet as circumstances repeatedly bring them together in the furtive act of collusion to control their younger siblings' hanging out to all hours of the night, Jory finds herself thinking of Caleb more than she could have anticipated. The question is will Caleb think of her in the same way?