The 20-year-old professed her love for the 14-year-old, adding that she had finally found "the guy who treats me right."
She wrote: 'I don't care about the law. I just want to be with him and not have to hide it. How can the law tell us who to fall for, who to like and who to love and especially who to date? I thought America was a free country."
At one point she mentioned the "amazing sex" they had had together.
Bouchard of Clinton, CT, was busted after the boys mom found they'd been sending messages to each other Facebook.
She then sent them text messages asking it they "could work it out" adding that that they didn't need to call the police.
"Let's act like adults," she told them.
But his parents took out a restraining order against her and according to ABC News at the same time, she wrote in her journal: "His mom absolutely HATES me because of the situation and I understand why, but she's being immature about it."
She also wrote that she was cutting herself and used a bracelet the boy gave her to cover the scratches.
In a separate notebook seized from her home police found letters written to the boy, where the wannabe model said she missed waking up next to him.
Bouchard, who has been freed from jail after posting $1,000 bond, faces charges of second-degree sexual assault, purchasing alcohol for a minor and two counts of risk of injury to a minor.