How do you do the right thing for love?
Bryce Watson has carried the guilt for the death of Roger Engles and his son for too long. It’s time he checked on the widow and her daughter. He owes Roger that, at least.
Though he’s seen pictures of Lisa Engles, Bryce isn’t prepared for the assault on his senses when they’re finally introduced. He wants nothing more than to take the grieving widow away somewhere and kiss her senseless. Romance can be costly. The more he knows of Lisa and her precocious daughter Julianne, the more he wants to be part of their lives forever. But she doesn’t even know his real name.
Revealing his feelings could get him the family he’s longed for; revealing the truth could cost him everything.
When the past comes back to jeopardize their safety, Bryce realizes he’s relied on his own strength for too long. Can he learn to trust God?
Would You, Could You is a Christian romance of approximately 182 print pages.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Just Wonderful…. October 3, 2013
By A. M. Bryant (North Carolina) – This review is from: Would You, Could You (Kindle Edition)
Wow, where do I begin. The characters were wonderful…fully developed. What I truly loved about this book was the characters seems to really face issues and had no one or nothing to turn to…until turning to God. The 12 year old was a hit…Loved this book…You will laugh and cry…Get ready…
5.0 out of 5 stars awesome story, October 31, 2013
By Marianne E. McCreight – This review is from: Would You, Could You (Kindle Edition)
This was the most touching story, full of joy, sorrow, laughter, tears, and teaching. There should be more men out there like the hero and more moms like the heroine. Great book.
5.0 out of 5 stars Great! September 18, 2013
By Mary Ellen “Mary Ellen” – This review is from: Would You, Could You (Kindle Edition)
This is the first book I have read by Felicia Mires. I really enjoyed it! The characters were very real. At first, I was surprised by the way the twelve-year-old girl talked, it seemed “too old” for her. But then, I haven’t been around twelve-year-old girls in a while, and this girl has been through a lot.
There is a bit of a mystery (for the reader): why does Bryce feel guilty about Roger’s death? (We do find out why.)
Are they in danger from a mysterious stranger?
Will Bryce and Lisa end up being together?
This is a good Christian book. Our relationship with God is part of the book, but it is not “preachy”, it comes through as a natural part of the story.
PS: I almost forgot – The titles of each chapter were fun!
5.0 out of 5 stars Would you?, September 19, 2013
By Haleraiser86 – This review is from: Would You, Could You (Kindle Edition)
I wasn’t sure about this book when I first downloaded it, but I was soon hooked. Your never know where God might lead you and this book shows how Bryce finds God and it leads him to the woman he loves. Lisa is struggling with the loss of her husband and young son. She also needs to find and trust in God again before she is ready to move on.