In the fourth episode of A Sister’s All You Need, Itsuki faces a difficult challenge: writing a summary for a novel. This is a hard task to complete, because Itsuki still hasn’t thought of the whole novel yet.
Thankfully, after many hours, Itsuki finishes!
The next day Haruto stops by with chocolate and stout – to celebrate Valentine’s Day.
Nayuta and Miyako join the dinner party at an awkward moment!
Nayuta and Miyako bring Valentine’s treats for the guys.
There is also an unexpected guest…Kenjiro!
Even though he’s a little angry with Itsuki’s unfinished manuscript, he brings chocolates from readers for Itsuki and Haruto.
And in order to receive his tax rebate, Itsuki’s accountant, Ashley Ono, comes by to straighten out Itsuki’s recordings.
She’s younger (looking) than he thought she would be.
She embarrasses Itsuki by asking about all of his little sister parafernalia. But, on the bright side, she’s able to deduct all of his collections, video games, and books as expenses for his taxes.
The following day, Itsuki reminisces about his experience with Ashley with Haruto, who has also hired her before his taxes.
Suddenly, Ashley appears to return Itsuki’s receipt to him. Haruto is immediately horrified and embarrassed as his memories of working with Ashley surface in his mind.
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