I think my favorite panel might be #6, where we just get a glimpse at Mar's hand with her wallet. It's almost like they've escaped the eye of the viewer, finding an actual moment of disappearance.
There's a few things that make love exhilarating in my mind, and one is the idea that another person knows intrinsically what you want, maybe even better than you can express on your own. With experience we know this is rarely the case - it's kind of an aspirational thing, a fantasy. But finding your person is sort of a fulfillment of that fantasy. There's a disbelief that someone really could be this perfect. Even if they didn't check all the boxes at first glance, something clicks and their features BECOME the boxes. Like deja vu, their very existence is uncannily similar to what you had in mind.
Jane reverts to a cool demeanor on this page, even though she just took a terrifying risk, and it might seem for a moment like she's leading the show. But soon enough we get confirmation that Mar wanted it all along, that she's just as instrumental in her own capture. The canopy of half-formed mixed-use property is an inescapable backdrop, the "Live. Work. Play" paradigm depleted of meaning and in conflict with human desire.