"Most people get trapped in love, but I never heard love being trapped."
The last thing 16, study-a-holic Juliette Rivers will do is fall in love. She has two things she want to focus on: to keep her streak of A's in her report card and to maintain her popularity status. Her plan is to finish high school, go to college and live the rest of her life writing songs and books. She doesn't care about love, crushes and all that love-dovey stuff. She only sees love as some obstacle she has to pass.
Erik Rosetta, a.k.a Cupid, loves love. It's in his job description, so he has no choice. He thinks that he knows everything about love. He thinks that he gets the whole concept, can even write a whole book about it if he wants to. But that all changes when he meets Juliette and makes a mistake of a lifetime. He will learn what love really is, that it isn't just using people as target practice.
So who's more clueless to love?
Is it an obstacle to the never been kissed study-a-holic?
Or just another job to the 17 year old Cupid?