The Diary of Cozette (Google eBook)

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Harlequin, May 15, 2012 - Fiction - 384 pages
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Passion knows no status or wealth…

True, I am but a mere maidservant from a great house, snatched from a wretched existence of poverty and desperation to serve noblemen of wealth and privilege.

And yet…

While I am indeed of lowly rank, I am also a young woman who allowed herself to sample life's greatest pleasures in the hands of these titled men. My tales overflow in this journal, penning my journey to becoming a woman of power of the most base, yet stimulating, breed.

Unmarried and twenty, yet betrothed to no man, I would be considered a spinster by most, yet this is of my own ardent intention. With my unabashed lushness and wisdom regarding a man's most vehement cravings, I am not lacking for suitors or proposals given in the heat of passion. No, I have yet to meet the man who will challenge me, satisfy me in all ways, not only of the flesh.

For where passion and desire are fleeting, my heart continues to beat….

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User Review  - Ann Sutphin - Goodreads

Loved this book! I listened to it from audiobooks and maybe it was the narrator who did such a great job that made me love it but the whole story just captured me. Read full review

Review: The Diary Of Cozette

User Review  - Goodreads

Loved this book! I listened to it from audiobooks and maybe it was the narrator who did such a great job that made me love it but the whole story just captured me. Read full review

About the author (2012)

Hailing from the Midwest, Amanda McIntyre, (also known as Pamela Johnson), is a multi-genre author of several novels, anthologies, novellas and short stories as well as nonfiction. Since her first published novel in 2001, she has been the recipient of several Highly Recommended Reads nominations and has had a featured book (Unfinished Dreams) at Midwest Book Reviews and its syndicated show, Booktalk. Twice a finalist for a CAPA award, she won for Best Mainstream for Tides of Autumn. She is a two-time EPPIE finalist, DRRWA Golden Quill finalist, Bridges Magazine Golden Chalice first place winner, Independent Publishers finalist, an RIO (Reviewers International Org.) award nominee and has received special recognition in Romantic Times magazine for her founding and co-editing of the seventy-eight-author anthology, "Crumbs in the Keyboard," with its proceeds benefiting the education and awareness of domestic violence. Passions that inspire her writing include: black classic bic pens, ledger pads, historical places (better if haunted), the change of seasons, all types of music, movies and live theatre, time spent with family and friends, impromptu road trips, art, mystical legends and lore, the ocean and the Great Lakes, lighthouses, shipwrecks, fireplaces and good wine.

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