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?
This is the third book in Tracie Peterson's Land of Shining Water series. I have read the first book and this one but not the second one and I don't believe you lose anything if you don't read them all - they really do seem to be stand alone books.
The Calarco family is headed up by a stubborn father, tempered by a compassionate mother-in-law living with two young men, one trying to honor his father and keep his younger brother in line and the younger brother who is so in love he cares nothing for the feuds of the past.
The Panetta family also perpetuates the feud, even though no one really seems to know the exact reason for the feud as it is decades old.
And then Isabelle and Orlando fall in love.
Chantel and Dante are thrown together as she attempts to support the relationship and he tries to stop it. And sparks fly. But will they too attempt to bridge the gap or will the feud be too much for all of them?
This was a really great read. Thoroughly enjoyable.
Many thanks to Bethany House Publishers for allowing me to review this book in exchange for a complimentary copy of the book