It’s another snowy Valentine’s Day in the Love and Light Floral Shoppe. Nash didn’t plan on spending his 16th birthday delivering flowers by ten-speed bike in the snow, a nice distraction while he waits for a response from Alice Ito, social media queen extraordinaire. Nash sent her a Reels on the sly as a symbol of his love and devotion, despite the fact that she dates Joey the Jock. Alice opened Nash’s video, but she left him on red.
Curie just dumped her sweetheart, Peter, who wanted more love than she was willing to give. She’s prepared to spend Valentine’s Day alone; but then she receives a SnapChat from Nash, her secret childhood crush. Nash’s father deserted him at the flower shop, and Nash is in desperate need of an assistant. Nash was Curie’s best friend until she kissed him four years ago. They haven’t spoken since. Curie accepts his offer. She has her own agenda, and it includes delivering more than flowers.
Nash wants a chance with Alice. Curie wants a chance with Nash. When Nash’s personal video of love is leaked, Curie’s gloves come off. Old habits die hard. She’ll get her guy, one way or another. It’s Valentine’s Day, and all is fair in love and war.