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And those were not short drunken friendly kisses, both lip to lip exchanges were full tongue, full in 5 minutes long smooches one after another…I turned around and started to make my way through the door, but something wasn’t right. she just made a crack in my hopeless romantic heart.I was disappointed and she needed to know that, whatever little story that we could have had, it was over.“I didn’t leave. Have a good rest of the evening” I said without looking at her directly. I was scared that after that few drinks my emotions might bust at any moment and a tear could drop if I look her in the eyes.It ain’t always easy being single, but if we keep learning from each other’s experiences, we’re more likely to find happy and healthy relationships.by Olga Kwak, Harlequin Blog Editor Last Friday, a girlfriend and I met for drinks.It was a beautiful early spring evening and we were both eager for a pint and a plate of nachos.
You might be looking in that ocean of fish (I hear there’s plenty) but all you really need to do is splash up a different creek.
Patrick Knight is finding Molly’s chatty emails strangely compelling.
The onetime city banker thought swapping his London pad for Molly’s idyllic cottage would help him write his first novel—but it’s not quite working out…
Hopefully, e Dating will cut through the chaff and find her the reasonable man of her reasonable dreams.
Because lately, she’s been distracted by her sexy roommate…and that’s just trouble!