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  • Paperback: 432 pages
  • Publisher: Spice; Original edition (Oct. 1 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0373605250
  • ISBN-13: 978-0373605255
  • Product Dimensions: 20 x 16 x 3 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 272 g
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #782,657 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Fantastic! March 16 2009
By Amy C - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
The Diary of Cozette is just that, the diary of Anne Cozette Bennett, which spans from August 1869 to the winter of 1875.

At the age of fourteen, Cozette's mother becomes too weak from illness to care for her, and sends her away to an aunt and uncle's home to live. Her mother gives her a diary and tells her to keep track of her adventures. Of course, I doubt her mom would have thought Cozette's entries would be of the explicit sexual journey Cozette embarks upon.

After an incident with her cousin shortly after Cozette's arrival, she finds herself shipped off to an orphanage. There she meets a young man named Ernest. Eventually their relationship turns to one of a sexual nature, awakening her feminine passion. Ernest fears for her well-being and sends her to London with the promise he will follow her shortly.

He never shows and over a year later, after suffering terrible tribulations, Cozette finds herself serving a most unlikely lady. She gave Cozette a safe and secure home, even though she was a servant, there was still much respect, allowing Cozette to grow into a decent young lady. Within that home Cozette also learns of her inner passions and longings, that which is denied ladies of the time.

Men enter her life, offering her what her body craves since that night of passion with Ernest. Ernest awakened her passion. Francois breathed life into it. And Mr. Rodin refined it. But who will claim it and keep for themselves? For Cozette has a passion that will be neither banked nor denied.

I loved watching Cozette grow and change over the course of this book. Watching her go from inexperienced with Ernest, to thinking herself in love with Francois, to knowing that what she has with Mr. Rodin is no more than two adults enjoying the companionship of each others bodies. And then of course the one man who matches her and stokes the flames inside her that she dreamed she could spend the rest of her life with without worry he might tire and seek passion elsewhere. That one man she could love.

The Diary of Cozette is not really a romance, more erotic fiction with romantic elements. It's more what I said previously, Cozette coming of age and accepting and exploring her sensually passionate nature. It was very elegantly written. The words flowed very poetically. Ms. McIntyre can pen some really amazing sexual encounters. And the great thing, they are rather short but pack a walloping punch! Truly an awesomely talented writer Amanda McIntyre is<---hey, that was kinda like Yoda :). I also loved the unique set-up of this book, entry dates as if it really were a diary, rather than chapters.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Great Read Dec 22 2008
By Hayden King - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Thought book was a great read, a great escape to another time. I enjoyed the characters, enjoyed the "steamy" intervals. The ending of the book was a nice surprise. Will be looking forward to more from this author! A very entertaining delight!!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Engrossing! Nov. 10 2008
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
Diary of Cozette was a pure delight--a fresh, engaging first-person voice, a compelling story, and some seriously *hot* love scenes. I particularly enjoyed the 'diary entry' format--very original! All in all, a great read, and one I couldn't put down!
Never let your heart forget June 20 2014
By Kathryn - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
This was a beautifully done romance. At times it moves very slowly, but there is a reason. The author, through the words of the writer of the diary, is building the story. She's made your imagination fall back in time and feel what it was like in the 1800's. The grand manors, the carriage houses, the whore house, the dirt & nastiness of the streets.

The main character, Cozette, learns what it is like to be a woman. Not so much, "the hard way", but more, it's time to do this... what will the world show me through pleasure?

The men, well, of that time, they thought it was their due for pleasure. From the whorehouse to the manor you meet all types and they live up to your imagination.
The Diary of Cozettee Oct. 9 2013
By Mary - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I thought this book was just okay. It did have a lot of "steamy scenes", yet it just didn't have enough excitement for me until the end. I think if the readers had known the true identity of the stable man it would have been made the story a whole lot better.

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