The Chameleon is a novel of an affluent romance, with an alluring and enticing plot. It is full of romance, suspense, intrigue, sex, scams and the ultimate game of the adept. Whoever crosses his path are relinquished of their wealth, only to be left with the enigma of this inscrutable being, who left them penniless without a clue or trace to his true identity. Bartholomew Livingston is a master of disguise, coming to America from England under the assumed identity of Lawrence Sheffield, which is only one of his many aliases. On his flight to America, he met Kimberly Lacey. His initial intentions were to scam her, but instead they fell in love. After coming to America, he moved in with her shortly after and obtained employment, then put his master plan into motion. Kimberly invested some money on some clothes for him, to accompany her to her advertising firm's twenty-fifth anniversary. He assured her the returns on her investment would be unbelievable. Lawrence Sheffield then embezzles a hundred and fifty million dollars from the multi-billion-dollar corporation that he worked for in their mail room, leaving the bank, his employer, and authorities clueless. But that's just the beginning.