Kevin is an ad executive who meets the girl of his dreams, Abbey, on the Chicago metro. They talk and hit it off instantly, only Kevin forgets to get her number. He then frantically tries to search for her using posters put up all over town. His posters get the attention of a local reporter, soon girls, who are not Abbey, call him for a date. His group of friends, in a miscommunication mix-up, start dating the girls themselves, without Kevin knowing. The reporter finds this out, and publicizes Kevin's stunt as a hoax to pick up women, which gets him into trouble at work. Meanwhile, unknown to Kevin, Abbey actually replied to the ad, but ended up going on a date with one of the guy friends. Kevin and Abbey have close encounters that never pan out. Kevin is ready to give up, but upon the advice of a colleague, decides to give it another go. This time, he uses billboards to set up a meeting at the train station. Kevin goes to the station, with the media covering everything. Abbey shows up, and they get their happy ending.
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Best part of story, including ending:
It's an idealistic look at a guy and a girl falling in love at first sight.
Best scene in story:
When all sorts of girls start harassing Kevin for a date.
Opinion about the main character:
I think Kevin's too much of a softie for his own good.