Not all of the love tales in “Love is Blind” have happy endings. Micah Lussier and Paul Peden’s wedding, which was marred by a flutter of tears, proved that this was most definitely not the case. In actuality, they were the only couple featured in the “Love is Blind” Season 4 finale that opted against committing to each other forever.
Paul and Micah were not one of those couples that were committed to one another from the beginning. Well, Micah and Paul immediately clicked with Amber Wilder and Kwame Appiah, respectively, at the start of the season. They didn’t pick one another and become engaged until after going on numerous pod dates, but even then, it didn’t seem like a match made in heaven. One was that neither of them was changing their minds about where they wished to live. Micah intended to spend some time in Seattle and some in her homeland of Arizona, but Paul insisted on remaining at his flat in Seattle. Another reason was that Micah’s pals weren’t the greatest Paul supporters; her best friend Shelby openly admitted to being a huge Paul opponent. Well, Paul occasionally expressed doubts about his choice of Micah, who also seemed to harbour lingering affections for Kwame.
They made it down the aisle despite all of their doubts about their love. Paul acknowledged that he wasn’t prepared for a lifetime commitment with Micah, despite the fact that Micah seemed confident in her decision to marry him.
Micah Lussier and Paul Peden tried dating again
After the “Love is Blind” conclusion, Micah Lussier and Paul Peden didn’t become husband and wife, but they still made an effort to make things work. The ex-couples said to Entertainment Tonight that they gave each other time to work over their feelings before rekindling their romance.