Book Review: Traci Peterson’s “The Miner’s Lady”


God restores everything.

Traci Peterson‘s latest book “The Miner’s Lady” is full of hate, sadness and ultimate death. However, Peterson’s story seems to be loosely based on the book of Job in the Holy Bible.

In the beginning of “The Miner’s Lady”, the Panettas and Calarcos can not stand each other. A sordid love triangle tore the two families apart and they refuse to have anything to do with one another. However, when tragedy strikes again and again the families are forced to tolerate each other and their children fall in love. The fathers realize God’s love for them and their children’s love for each other is worth reconciliation.

Despite the bumpy road, Peterson leads her story to a joyous ending that is motion picture perfect.

Traci Peterson’s “The Miner’s Lady” is currently available in bookstores.

Check out the official synopsis below:

When Chantel Panetta’s younger sister claims to be in love with Orlando Calarco, Chantel knows there is no hope. The Panettas and Calarcos have been sworn enemies for decades, and young love cannot heal the deep wounds between the two iron-mining families. Yet, unable to resist Isabella’s pleas, Chantel agrees to help her sister spend time with Orlando…only to have a run-in with Dante, Orlando’s brother.

Chantel can’t deny the attraction that flares when she’s with Dante. But when a tragedy occurs at the mine, is there any hope that the hatred that has simmered between these two families might be resolved? Or will Chantel and Isabella’s hope for love be buried amidst decades of misunderstanding?

*BTSCelebs thanks Bethany House for the complimentary copy of the book.*

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