Erica Jean Smith


ERICA JEAN SMITH enjoys reading and writing fiction for young adults and has also published inspirational poetry which kind of reveals her heart and some thoughts she has on life.

When not writing, Erica enjoys practicing the Bamboo flute, Pilates and designing personal web pages.

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Kiss of Stone
Series: Mark of Fortune, Book 1. Price: Free! Words: 34,670. Language: English. Published: May 21, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Paranormal
SAMOSA GREEN, a thirty year old community college student is still hurting from a recent divorce. All ideas of romance is out the door. Until she meets Stone. Stone claims to be a genie and is ready to not only grant her wishes but to become one with her and that could be the most deadliest decision of all...

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  • A Zombie For The Holidays on Dec. 21, 2011

    Well written! Truly a reading gem reminding me of AMC's Walking Dead. Will retweet.
  • A Curve of Claw on Dec. 26, 2011
    (no rating)
    I'll admit, I enjoy "clean" fiction with a mixture of suspense and darkness. However, now that I have read A Curve of Claw and seen the skills you have as a writer, I can clearly see this book as a television series(perhaps on HBO?). You truly know how to grab the heart and heat of a reader. Keep writing. I am now reading A Flash of Fang... Erica
  • A Curve of Claw on Dec. 26, 2011

    My previous review was missing your 5 stars..sorry!
  • Brenin on Dec. 27, 2011

    Very sweet and well written!
  • Brenin on Dec. 27, 2011

    Kind of sad in realistic kind of way. Remind me of Jodi Picoult's early books.
  • Say When on Jan. 06, 2014

    Say When is deeply touching and there were moments that made me cringe and I really enjoyed how well the author created the characters. They are certainly not one-dimensional and they remind me of real people with real issues. Andres is the epitome of super hot, super sweet and super caring. Christina, the protagonist did the right thing by leaving her disturbed fiance and she can definitely do without her drunken mother and drug addicted friend. However I am hoping Christina's friend Karri finally get proper help and stick with it. Love the book!
  • Rumors (A Lingering Echoes Prequel) on March 18, 2014
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    Rumors is emotionally packed, clearly written and an excellent tie in to Lingering Echoes. Allie Collins experienced a tragedy four months ago- losing her cousin in a terrible accident and this has changed her a little bit. What mattered to her most-basketball, no longer matters and she begins to see what a real friend looks like. Because if someone truly loves you and care about you, they are patient with you and I think Allie is learning about that; and just when I think nothing more can happen, another tragedy strikes in the novella and now I cannot wait to read the next book in the series.
  • Only For You on July 28, 2014

    I must say, the cover alone is very striking. That being said, this book was pure fire! Scarlet is in love with her best friend but when he is dumped by Penelope- a gorgeous gal by the way, she is the one to his rescue bringing pizza and beer and eventually she gives into his seduction one night and they sleep together. But the end result is nearly predictable: You can read Scarlet's thoughts as she is excited about her new found relationship with Sean. But the question is- does Sean feel the same? Without giving much away, this book was a roller coaster and it stuck to the tried and true New Adult format(nothing wrong with that by the way). I read it in two days and will be reading more by you, E.L. Todd!
  • Shameless (Book One, Nashville Nights) on July 31, 2015

    I reviewed this book on Goodreads in length but I will say this was one good read I managed to finish in a couple of nights. Nashville Nights is fast becoming a series I can cozy up with, especially with how real you portrayed Trey and Sierra's relationship. Very hot, very spicy, a very good book.