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Instead, in a plotline that would no doubt have made Cartland shudder, they fell in love in the frenzied haste of a speed-dating evening.
'I feel no embarrassment at all in having met the love of my life in that way,' said Eversham, a 29-year-old primary school teacher.
'Speed-dating is a brilliant idea, but it encourages people's tendencies to make snap, shallow judgments about each other,' he said.'I set out to refine those sorts of events because I believe you can fall for someone in the course of a proper conversation who you might have rejected on the basis of a three-minute chat.' The 10,000 people who flock to speed-dating evenings every month in more than 40 towns and cities represent just a fraction of the millions of singletons who have embraced the promises of websites such as Eharmony, which claims credit for more than 3,000 marriages.But while some of the winners in this dating game end up living happily ever after, there are other winners in this £600 million-a-year industry who end up extremely rich.'There is speed-yoga, dating in the pitch dark, speed-salsa and speed-dating on a ferry between Dover and Calais,' said Meskill.'Some, such as the naked speed dating, are just gimmicky, but others are thoughtful, focused and likely to have a high rate of success.' Among the most successful of these more sophisticated offerings is art2heart, which organises evenings for predominantly single people who prefer to have their romance themed around art, cinema, music and theatre.