In 1900 – a time when Jim Crow laws kept blacks and whites separated throughout the nation – African American and Caucasian residents lived, worked, and went to school side by side in Buxton, Iowa. African Americans – miners, teachers, business owners, doctors, lawyers, and more – made up more than half of the population for the first 10 years and remained the largest ethnic group until 1914. By 1922, Buxton was a ghost town.
Born with a port-wine stain birthmark covering part of her face, then the victim of a cruel joke the night her daughter Brianna was conceived, Tina Edwards is done with romantic fantasies. Caring for nine-year-old Brianna and running her business, Plants Alive, are all she needs.
Until she enters Hot Dreams—a male entertainment company that caters to women.
Rachelle Chase has done a masterful job with this volume, LOST BUXTON, to create a much needed photographic history on the community.
‘A Sinful Striptease’ has the most original opening scene this reviewer has read in a long time, and the sex is steamy hot! Hopefully, we’ll meet more Sin Club members in a future book.
Hot and sexy, with some tear-jerking moments. This is a great kickoff to the series!
Erotic romance readers, take note – Rachelle Chase is not only back, she’s hotter and deeper than ever before.
“The new book … ‘Lost Buxton’ by Rachelle Chase may be the best combination written and pictorial history ever assembled about this incredibly unique town,” wrote Dave Paxton, Editor and Publisher of the Albia Union-Republican, in...READ MORE
People in Iowa seem to know Iowa history, so when a woman walked up to me after my presentation at History Camp Iowa and said, “I enjoyed your presentation and learned a lot about Buxton that I didn’t know,” I felt great. I was one of...READ MORE