And some of the matches have been local — like the Lake Mary woman who met the Kissimmee man.
Peachey, who has lived here for 13 years, said there are differences between Americans and Brits, particularly when it comes to dating.
"With American women, the first date is like a job interview," she said, while British women are more subtle.
When you meet a stranger, what do you notice first? It's aimed at Americans looking to meet men and women with British accents, and Brits who are looking to meet Americans.
Rochelle Peachey, a British expatriate, has launched iloveyouraccent.com, a dating Web site with an unusual twist.
If your interest is piqued by someone's accent — whether it's Southern or Brooklyn or London — then an Orlando woman has the online dating site for you.
There are hundreds of specialized dating Web sites on the Internet, including sites that promise to help spiritual people find one another, sites to match up plus-sized people, ones for married people looking to cheat, even a site aimed at wealthy men and the women who want to meet them.
Peachey, however, aimed for an unusual niche: People with accents.
Peachey came up with the idea after thinking about her British and American friends who weren't having much luck on the dating scene.
Her British girlfriends wanted to meet American men, while American friends were interested in Brits.
What these people need, she thought, is a chance to meet people outside their own circles.
Meeting someone with a different accent, she said, is just the beginning.
Sure, an accent seems a flimsy reason to start a relationship.
But Peachey says the accent is just the beginning of the attraction. There may be people who dream of going to London, but they don't know anyone there and don't have anyone to travel with.