Their worlds were different, but their desires were the same . . .
Isabella McCoy, from the banks of the Chattahoochee River in Georgia, was as naïve as she was beautiful.
Jacqueline Rousseau, the exotic New Orleans prostitute, was known for cruelly breaking men’s hearts while she emptied their pockets.
Both with dark secrets of their own, running away from their pasts, to an uncertain future.
Fate brought them together, and into the arms of the notorious cotton broker Jules McGinnis, who became both a husband and lover to them.
Jealousy. Passion. Love.
Now both women must overcome the truth of their tormented pasts and their unknown futures, as they face one of the most scandalous murder trials Georgia had ever seen.
East of Orleans, is a 358 page novel.
It is the deep South in the 1880′s, a time when the South is still reeling from its bitter defeat in the Civil War, vainly struggling to live with post-war reconstruction. Meet Jules McGinnis, Rhett Butler reincarnated who has managed to transform himself from a Confederate soldier into a wealthy businessman by taking advantage of the broken…