Copper Chameleon

Copper Chameleon

by Allison Lynne

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Copper Chameleon by Allison Lynne

Ann Marie Ward finds herself alone in the world after her father’s death. His adoration has become her downfall when she finds herself responsible for the bills and expenses he left behind. In the small town of Copper Basin Tennessee, there aren’t very many options. The isolated township is resistant to high ideas and change, so Ann Marie finds herself adopting her childhood nickname of Blaze, masquerading as a young boy, and working in the only productive trade in the area- the copper mines.

Dirk Bergmann, educated in Germany and fostered by the mine owner of the area, has been instructed to move to the Copper Basin to see if he can increase copper production. He is looked upon as a foreigner and the locals do not welcome his newfangled concepts, especially one young man with an attitude problem and hygiene issues.

A simple assignment escalates into a nightmare when dynamite is introduced to the old timers and an accident follows, injuring the boy.

But things are not always as they seem.

This is a sweet novella of approximately 20,000 words

Product Details

BN ID: 2940045577519
Publisher: Allison Lynne
Publication date: 01/13/2014
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 311,942
File size: 651 KB

About the Author

Allison Lynne lives with her family in Tennessee. She describes herself as "Unapologetically Me" and feels that normal is just a setting on the dryer. Allison fully believes that great things happen in very small moments, and the stories she writes are just that: A moment of magic in time. Her stories are suitable for older teens, young adults, mothers, grandmothers and beyond!

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Copper Chameleon 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Beautiful writing. Great story. Its really motivating. Id give it 10 stars if i could. I really reccomend it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a romantic gem that captures the essence of small town life before the turn of the century. You can almost see the degustation inflicted by the copper mining process that destroyed the land. It is a sweet romance story and In loved it.