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Copper and Gold


Set in the late 1600's, Rebekah and her father have moved to the New World to join her brother in his new life. Upon her discovery of the native tribe living just within the forest beside the colony, she finds herself drawn to them, despite the warnings given from those of her own kind. Rebekah finds herself caught between two worlds, dragging friends and enemies across the lines with her, untangling secrets and encouraging dangerous alliances. She must make a decision, no matter the price.
Acknowledging racism, sexism, and xenophobia, Rebekah and her allies find themselves questioning the ideals they had been taught.


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  • About 770 pages
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