In the end, though, Amalia and Caroline were able to prevail upon Hannah to cease with the sugar dating, because they thought it would jeopardize her relationship with her girlfriend Jocelyn.
Nonetheless, Amalia and Caroline were turned off by their dates.
They felt really uncomfortable, and they hardly profited from them.
The Donegan sisters, like many other twentytsomethings, were having trouble making ends meet, no matter how many part-time jobs they undertook.
So in search of a more lucrative lifestyle, the free-thinking Toronto siblings – Hannah, Amalia and Caroline – got wind of the sugar-dating world.
Curiously, Hannah, the only sister in a long-term relationship, lasted much longer and profited more – particularly when she headed down to New York.
She even met a decent fellow, with whom she felt ready to go further than a museum visit.