Be thankful for good friends and good brothers; you might find love because of them.
After being vaguely aware of each other for nearly a decade, Cathleen Bombard and Jeffrey Brusven finally met in person at a New York Fashion Week event in 2014 and had an instant connection.
One spring night at Villanova University, Anthony Balsam proved that a photobomb can last a lifetime when he jumped into Courtney Parrett’s picture with her friends. The two hit it off immediately.
Ashley Fitzpatrick and Michael Lionetti were introduced during their college years, it wasn’t until a hockey fundraiser in the fall of 2011 that they hit it off.
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Alexander Saffi was clearly not a believer in the “three-day rule.” After a mutual friend introduced him to Cynthia Schmidt, he asked for her number and reached out to her the next day. Later that week, they went on their first date.
Claire Blackburn and Kyle Drexler attended high school together, it wasn’t until after college that the two officially met in New York City, thanks to Kyle’s brother Eric.
Elizabeth “Brooke” Cavanaugh and Roslyn “Thomas” Reed enjoy a classic love story.
Despite being in the same graduating class at Yale University, Kate and Rob didn’t meet until they came across each other’s online dating profiles.
Catherine McCool and Matthew Leach dated in high school, and although they went their separate ways before college, they remained friends and stayed in touch…
When Whitney Young moved to Boston after finishing graduate school, a friend suggested she get together with Tobias Crawford. Though they just met for coffee, they soon arranged a proper date. Two years later, during a hike at World’s End in Massachusetts, Toby proposed.
Mallory Kiplinger was a freshman at Georgetown University when David Going, also known as Wes, then a sophomore, set his eyes on her. With some persistence, he was able to win a date with Mal.