Image of The Miner's Lady (Land of Shining Water, No. 3)


Image of The Miner's Lady (Land of Shining Water, No. 3)

In Peterson’s latest Land of Shining Water novel, the reader can’t help but draw comparisons to Romeo and Juliet. However, with not only one, but two pairs of star-crossed lovers, the level of intrigue is definitely heightened. There is plenty of drama and excitement to keep fans engaged and flipping to the next page.

For generations, the Panettas and Vittorios have grown up learning to despise each other. So, when Chantel Panetta and Dante Vittorio find out their siblings claim to be in love with each other, and even plan on marrying, they know they must try to stop it from happening. But when the two enemies come to realize they’re more alike than they ever imagined, they must decide what’s more important: respecting their family history by staying loyal to the feud, or listening to God’s plan by following their hearts. (BETHANY HOUSE, Sep., 336 pp., $14.99)
Reviewed by: 
Kelsey Pelzer