Accidentally Married on Purpose Mad Libs
Everyone hears about those crazy stories about what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. Sherry and Tyler realize in Accidentally Married on Purpose that is not always true. Join us in creating your own Vegas story in Mad Libs fashion.
We would love to read your stories so copy and paste your story in the comments!
Follow the directions below.
- Choose one of the following: Hunka Burning Love, Cajun Crazy, Whiskey Blue, 5 o’clock somewhere
- Choose one of the following: Suite, Shack, mobile home, dive bar
- Choose one of the following: bartender, stripper, roadie, mystery man
- Choose any type of drink.
- Choose an activity.
- Choose one of the following: heck yeah, crazy-pants, totes yeah, let’s do this thing
- Choose a verb.
- Choose an emotion
- Choose a noun
- Choose an emotion
Once you’ve chosen all of your answers above fill them in where indicated below.
On our trip to Las Vegas we stayed in 1 & 2 . I invited the 3 to have a 4 with me. We decided to go 5 together and when I asked him/her to marry me he/she said 6 ! We 7 all the way to the alter.
The next morning I woke up and was filled with 8 . He/she bought me a 9 and won my heart. We lived 10-ly ever after.
Did you get your happily ever after?
About the book:
One ring plus one wild night equals one crazy love
Sherry Robicheaux loves men. She loves love. And she loves an adventure. So when she meets a mysterious man while working backstage at a country music concert in Vegas, she’s all about what happens in Vegas staying there.
Country music superstar Tyler Blue just wants a weekend of anonymity…though there’s something about the spunky waitress with the streaks of purple hair that tempts him like no other. Until the next morning, when they both wake up with fuzzy memories…and rings on their fingers.
Convincing Sherry to maintain the ruse for his public image isn’t the hardest part—it’s reminding himself that their time spent playing husband and wife in her small town of Magnolia Springs can’t last. Tyler’s first love will always be music—and the road is no place for a sweet downhome girl.