Not only is Los Angeles a difficult city to meet people at times, but being in your late 20’s without having the network of school makes it quite difficult to meet available men. At first, I felt a little excited and admittedly a little nervous, however, over time it seemed to get easier and easier…or so I thought.
I will admit that over the past three and half years I have met some really great guys, but what threw me for a loop was the lack of consistency.
What I like about it is the fact it’s a really fun piece and cheeky, but it also has a real element of drama in there, with twists and turns.
Tanya Franks talks about how she could tell Broadchurch would be a huge hit, why it’s great to keep returning to East Enders and where in Islington she can’t get enough of Let’s start with Contact.com, which you are starring in at the Park Theatre in Finsbury Park.
What can you tell me about the play and why were you attracted to it?
It’s about two couples that make an arrangement on an internet dating site to meet for one night and stay together.
When we finally let go, a crooked smile that should be properly named a sexy smirk appears on his face. “You’re still as beautiful as the first day I saw you.” His eyes laser onto mine in a way that sends a shockwave to my core.
“Nice to meet you, Cate.” He playfully waggles his eyebrows. ” The cliché line should be cheesy, but the way he says it would make any woman’s panties melt. ” His smile thaws me from my face all the way to my toes. Just like then, I’m embarrassed by my reaction to him.