How do complete strangers turn into perfect pairs? Real-life couples let us into their love stories, sharing the intimate, funny, joy-filled milestones of their relationship—without skipping over what’s been hard. Every Tuesday, cheer for the ups, brace for the downs, and celebrate the serendipity! Our Love Story is a Spotify Original from Parcast.
Drawn In Like A Magnet | Jared and Alexis
It was supposed to be a casual meal with his family. Instead, his eyes met hers across the bar — and that was it. Now, newlyweds Jared, 29, and Alexis, 24, share the highlight reel of their relationship: who made the first move, how hiking together barefoot helped them break the ice, and what happened when they decided to foster an 8-year-old girl.
A 15-Year Age Gap Melted Away | Nicole and Henzy
Endless conversations — and a little divine intervention — tipped off Henzy and Nicole that their platonic relationship was meant for something more. With four engagements behind her, and four decades of bachelorhood behind him, falling in love was unhurried and full of trust. After twenty-two years of marriage, they wouldn’t have had it any other way.
Strangers At A Dinner Party | Rachel and Alan
When Alan walked into a famed L.A. bar forty years ago, he had no idea he was about to meet his future wife. But Rachel captivated him from the start. “Love at first sight” grew into an easy comfort that’s lasted decades, sweetened by memories of a much-expected proposal, and a particularly memorable picnic in Ojai.
Rekindling The Spark, 12 Years Later | Tristan and Rashida
They met in junior high, dated when they were 16, and split after he kissed another girl. But twelve years later, she answered her phone and heard this: “Rashida. It’s Tristan. Do you forgive me?” Married now for five years, the artist couple opens up reconnecting, what the “good life” feels like, and why she’s always been his unicorn.
The Importance of Elvis and Pizza | Ann and Stephen
When Stephen proposed to Ann, it came after 31 years of marriage — epitomizing a relationship that has bucked conventions from the start. Their fondest memories are intimate, eccentric, and full of trust: acting together on stage, being married by an Elvis impersonator, and a yearly tradition involving mushrooms and jalapeños.
Love Long & Prosper | Cindy and Roy
After three tough years in the Navy, Roy moved to Los Angeles to reset. Cindy was engaged, but feeling “a little bit lost.” Something was missing, and she didn’t know what it was — until she met Roy. Now, over a decade later, the couple shares about the friendship that unfolded over email, their Star Trek convention first date, and the family motto they’ve passed on to their kids.
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Love the love
These are all such beautiful stories. I love your format...It is so well done. Thank you all for sharing. I am an RN...the positivity is uplifting and healing during this trying time.
Such sweet stories
I love these stories so far. Sometimes I wish they were longer. Anyway, I would LOVE to see their wedding pictures or pictures from their wedding announcements. They also end a bit abruptly.
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Ugh I LOVEEEE this show!! I just have the greatest feeling when I listen and it really brightens my day to hear these people talk about their journeys and their love for each other. Can’t wait for new episodes!