Elizabeth always wanted to be an artist. The only time she thought about being a writer was when she bought her first typewriter with money saved from a summer job. Sitting in front of that little electronic marvel made her feel writerly—so much so that she turned out more than a few college term papers that should have been award winners. After graduating, she worked as a graphic artist and later, advertising and creative director. She has also taught middle school and high school.
Somewhere along the way (and probably remembering those awesome term papers), Elizabeth decided to write a novel. Since then, four of her novels have been published.
She and her husband, Don, now live in South Carolina. Since their two daughters and their families live at opposite ends of the world, she and Don, feeling a little lonely, adopted a dog, Tessie Marie, who has grown to be much larger than anticipated and is scared of almost everything—including aluminum foil.
During the summer Elizabeth can be found on the back porch, her favorite writing spot, while winters are spent longing for warm weather. And all year long, she continues to write stories of romance, mystery, and suspense.
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Just For One Night
by Elizabeth Smith
He looked down at her and issued his challenge:
Tell me you don't want me to make love to you.
Tell me you're afraid to find out what I'll do next. Tell me, and I'll stop.
She wanted to tell him to leave her alone.
She didn't care if he found out the truth--that she was a woman who was afraid of her own sexuality.
But things had gone too far.
And now she wanted it all.
School for Angels
by Elizabeth Smith
When thirteen year-old Joey Callahan gets in trouble, he is sent to the School for Angels instead of Juvenile Detention. There he meets up with Sister Frances, a nun who keeps a watchful eye over him. When Joey is asked to help serve meals to the homeless, he grudgingly shows up. There he meets Sophie, a six-year-old who desperately needs someone to watch over her.
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