So this is not a fiction book but I thought it would be interesting to my readers since one, most, if not all romance lovers hope to get married one day and two, just so happen my new novella that’s coming out soon has a wedding theme!
I have not read this book! But you may find it interesting….wedding season is around the corner!
If you check it out, please leave a comment to let me know what you think!
Stay Blessed…..Stay Tuned!!
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!
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I met my husband one day after work when I got off the train to go home. He was one of those taxi drivers that hung out there, looking for customers.
At first, I thought, “Oh no, I hope he is not trying to be anything other than friends!” I wasn’t into guys who were not professional or working towards a career. I honestly couldn’t see myself going to my sorority soirees and bringing him along.
He somehow always seemed to be at the train station whenever I got off the train, and soon we started talking. He was funny, and I had not expected that. I had noticed that he was kind of cute, too. Well, not just kind of cute; he was handsome.
I did not expect to say yes when he asked me if I wanted to go and get something to eat, but I did say yes. I liked talking to him. Maybe because his experiences were so different from the guys I usually dated. They had all gone to college, pledged a fraternity, graduated, gone into their chosen field, and tried to make the best of it. I wasn’t used to someone who hadn’t finished high school and had been working for himself as a cab driver for as long as he had.
We continued to see each other for about nine months, and then I found out I was pregnant. His first reaction was not what I expected.
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When my husband first 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?