"Sophie – or Adanna, as she’s known to her Nigerian family and friends – has better things to do than help plan her cousin’s wedding… even if it is to a fabulously wealthy music mogul, Afrobeats superstar Skeleboy, and the cake costs more than a car. Things like homework, debate practice, and studying with fellow egghead Justin. After all, if she’s going to follow her ten-year plan to become a lawyer, she needs to focus. Ever since Ada’s slacker brother Sam mysteriously left the family five years ago, Ada feels the full weight of her parents’ expectations – and is determined to make their sacrifice worth it. But when a chance encounter reconnects the estranged siblings, Ada begins to dream of a life beyond her precious ten-year plan. She’s always been the perfect student, the perfect daughter, the perfect Nigerian – but what happens when she decides she’s done being perfect? Amid parental pressure, anxiety over the debate competition, a complicated love life, and the Nigerian wedding-to-end-all-weddings, can Ada learn, just this once, to put herself first?"