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.