Cozette is not
your typical street urchin, fending for herself on the
streets of London while she waits for her love to come find
her. As time goes on and he never arrives, Cozette does
what it takes to survive until a chance encounter with a
kind lady gives her a second chance.
Cozette is happy
as a housemaid. But as she falls in lust with a handsome
lord, she discovers that she wants to take her pleasure
where she can and enjoy every second of it, regardless of
society or anyone else. As others enter her life, she
learns more about herself and her desires.
The Diary of
is a beautifully written, lyrical story of lust and love.
Cozette is a completely sympathetic and wonderfully drawn
character with an appreciation not just for sex and
intimacy, but for life itself. The secondary characters
donít just float around her like satellites, but are
fascinating people in their own rights. I enjoyed how sweet
and sexy the story is without falling into syrupy
melodrama. The Diary of Cozette was a
wonderful, engaging and satisfying read, great for fans of
romance and erotica alike.