Thursday, June 13, 2013

How I Got Him to Marry Me VBT

He likes it. Now get him to put a ring on it! 

Learn from these 50 stories of women who have been there! 

Sandy's boyfriend Jack wouldn't even bring up the 'm word'. She started leaving her things in his apartment, including some tampons in his bathroom. It worked! Too off guard to make excuses like "Living together is just as good as being married," Jack said, "People will start to think you're my wife!" "Well, how about it?" Sandy asked Jack. 

Crystal got Paul to skip just living together by refusing to move across the country until she had a marriage license, signed and dated. 

Read these full stories plus 48 more, ranging from the heartwarming to the hilarious!

You don't have to interview 50 married women to find out how they managed to get that ring on their finger. The author has done that for you. All 50 were married after 1990, so this is modern information for our changing times. Read and find out how you can get him to marry you and not just live together!

"I got tired of waiting for my boyfriend Jack to propose to me. We had been together for two years, and he hadn't even mentioned the 'm' word to me. If things had been left up to Jack, we would have been boyfriend and girlfriend for the rest of our lives. I had just turned thirty and could not wait much longer to be married. I knew I had to do something to push him along.

First, I tried giving him a taste of the good side of married life. 

Jack was raised in a family where two people should not be together if they were not married. I could not just move myself in and wait for him to do the rest, as many of my girlfriends were doing with their boyfriends, in hopes of getting that 'm' word mentioned. I figured I had to slowly make myself a fixture in his apartment. When he got home from work, I would suggest going to his place instead of going out. I started to do some housework for him. I would tell him how messy his place was and offered to help him clean it up. I would wash the dishes and vacuum. After about two weeks of "giving him a taste of the good side of married life," nothing changed. 

I even did the unthinkable and cleaned his bathroom. All I got for that was a "Thanks, I owe you one." I had to come up with another idea that was more intensive." 

My Review:
3.5 stars

This was a cute anecdotal book that I enjoyed. It was funny at times, and some stories were just downright romantic. There were also times I had to stop and wonder why the heck you’d want to marry the guy. And at times I was shocked at how far some of these women were willing to go. Love’s a powerful and scary thing at times. I can’t imagine going to such lengths as some of these women, but hey, to each her own.

I have to say, my favorite story was of the woman who prayed for strength not to get married just because her friends were. I’ve had similar experiences with dating, getting pushed into relationships before since all my other friends were dating, and then having the relationships fail. I also admired the woman who said she was the prize that her man should be glad to catch. That’s the kind of attitude women should have about themselves, guys should be lucky to get us as we are, not ask us to change.

How I Got Him to Marry Me is an entertaining book, and while I would not recommend using some of the techniques employed when trying to get your man to marry you, this is still an entertaining read that I would recommend.

Cherise will be awarding a $25 Amazon or gift card to a randomly drawn commenter during the tour.

Blurb Blitz
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Author Bio:
When Scott asked me to be his girlfriend, I surprised him by saying, "No." We were on the phone, as we were every night. I could tell he was hurt, but since we were on the phone and not together in person, we had to talk, and that was a good thing.

I explained, "I'm 30 years old. I've already had the last boyfriend I am ever going to have. In the future, I am going to have a husband, not a boyfriend."

He surprised me by taking this in stride. "I understand," he said. "You do realize I am in the Navy and all that entails?"

"I was born in the Navy!" This was true. My dad was in the Navy.

Four months later, he took me on a date to the top of the Space Needle in Seattle.

He passed me a little black velvet box under the table, and whispered:

"Babe, will you marry me?"

"Do you mean it?" 

Yes, that's what I said. Not very romantic, was I?



  1. Probably not the best response to a proposal.
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  2. I know, right! It worked out OK, though. We're still married, 18 years later. :)

  3. I am expecting to be entertained, big time.