“I don’t think I really need another dating app.” “Trust me,” he said.
“You’ll want to be on this one.” A dating app like no other, Raya is more like a secret society: harder to get into than NASA and more exclusive than Soho House.
It’s basically all of the above apps, but better – because the Raya dating pool is, by design, a bit less public-facility and a bit more Gatsby-glam-with-a-famous-guest-list.
You need to know somebody already on the app in order to even be considered. I shrugged, downloaded it, tapped in all my details including my Instagram handle (important as you’re judged not only on your content but how many followers you have) and listed my TV-star mate as my reference. Now I didn’t want anything more in the world than to be allowed into the cool group. In fact, if you try to screenshot anything, you get a pop-up notification with a warning that your IP address has been recorded.
I won’t mention names for fear of being likened to Taylor Swift but he suggested we go bowling with a group of his friends and we ended up back at a pool party held at his f**k-off of a house until the sun came up.
It was the stuff you only see in the movies, and up there with one of the best nights of my life.
Her ex Matt is immediately a suspect when the cop on the job jumps into the conclusion that just because Matt had to play her prince for the day, he must have been the only person who has seen her, and thus the last person in her presence.
I don’t know about you, but I’d rather be sending nudes to Flume than Baz from the burbs.For the most part everything seems great until her boyfriends ex shows up and insists Clare watches the kids, her own ex-husband brings magic beans with supposed magical properties, and his mother wants to give a Clare reading of the grind.Clare doesn't want to believe it, until she has her own vision It's a Fairy Tale Week in New York City and Central Park is hosting the festival.From the New York Times bestselling author of Billionaire Blend—a mystery with a sleeping beauty that is “so much fun to read.”*It’s Fairy Tale Week in New York City, and Clare Cosi has given her coffee truck a “Jack and the Beanstalk” makeover for the Central Park festival.Her ex-husband has contributed a bag of African coffee beans with alleged magical properties, and h From the New York Times bestselling author of Billionaire Blend—a mystery with a sleeping beauty that is “so much fun to read.”*It’s Fairy Tale Week in New York City, and Clare Cosi has given her coffee truck a “Jack and the Beanstalk” makeover for the Central Park festival.
At least on Tinder you get the rather romantic “U out this weekend?