Love is overrated. Love is also, alas, blind.
This is all completely immaterial, however, because this isn't a love story. No, no, this is merely the cautionary tale of how, despite meticulous planning and the best of intentions, a cynical and materialistic high-school student accidentally gets a date for Valentine's Day, finds happiness, and gets the girl. Sure, sure, it's easy to laugh; that's every guy's dream, right? Well, there's just one little problem: Margaret, somewhat obviously... isn't a guy.
Loosely inspired by real-life events, Nothing Like Love is a poorly-written and unsatisfying 5,400-word short story quite likely to disappoint you. Don't say I didn't warn you.