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The Diary of Cozette, October 2008
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The Diary of Cozette
Amanda McIntyre


Passion knows no status or wealth...

Harlequin Spice
October 2008
On Sale: September 30, 2008
Featuring: William, Lord Deavereux; Anne Cozette
423 pages
ISBN: 0373605250
EAN: 9780373605255
Kindle: B007SNB646
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Erotica Historical | Romance Erotica Sensual

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 a nobleman 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 bethroed to no man, I am 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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7 comments posted.

Re: The Diary of Cozette

Hi, I also love fall and apples, and stews and chili and homemade applesauce.

I make this beer bread all the time. Love it. It is so good warm with butter.

Have a great fall season and good luck with The Diary of cozette.
(Mary Branham 12:59pm October 1, 2008)

Thank you Mary! I just found out today that Coizette is #3 on eHarlequins top ten bestseller list! woohoo!

I love this bread especially with honey butter! Yum!

Enjoy the season! Do you have leaves changing color where you live?

Amanda
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Amanda McIntyre 11:31am October 16, 2008)

I love reading about alpha males and females - and I agree with you, I like when they make their own destiny!
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Kelli Jo Calvert 4:34pm February 2, 2009)

I like characters with quiet dignity and
strength. The are not the flashy heros,
they are the ones who struggle, live and
conquer their situation.
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Patricia Barraclough 10:43pm February 2, 2009)

I enjoy all types of characters. I enjoy reading about others lives that wear a different shoe than I. This helps me to walk in theirs when I meet them in life.
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Darby Lohrding 12:22pm February 3, 2009)

I think generally I feel kinship to characters who are ordinary enough to relate to, yet placed in extraordinary circumstances. They don't have to be 'like me' for me to enjoy reading about them (for instance, Scarlett O'Hara is pretty much my polar opposite--I'm much more of a Melanie Wilkes type myself!), but I do have to know and understand where they're coming from to appreciate them.
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Kristina Cook 5:04pm February 3, 2009)

Yummy!! I have never heard of beer bread before...I can't wait to try out this recipe! It sounds so simple and delicious! I'm going to make it to go with pumpkin soup today :) Mmmm...can't wait. Thanks so much for sharing!
(
Rebecca Niehaus 1:58pm October 28, 2009)

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