Stranded in Paradise

Stranded in Paradise M M Novella With Subthemes Of Bdsm, Older Man Younger Man And Multicultural American English By Elizabeth ColdwellAlfie Crane Accepts A Lift From Boston To San Francisco From Fellow College Student Brad As He S Too Broke To Take The Bus When They Argue, He Finds Himself Being Thrown Out Of The Car With Only His Wallet And The Clothes He Stands Up In After Walking For Miles, He Reaches The Tiny Town Of Paradise, Nebraska He Is Desperate For Help, And Is Taken In By Diner Owner Ray Rendell, Who S Looking For A New Bus Boy Ray Has Always Hidden His True Sexuality, Afraid Of The Reaction Of Family And Townsfolk Alike, But He S Strongly Attracted To The Cute Young Englishman Romance Begins To Blossom Between The Two As Alfie Settles In To The Slow, Easy Pace Of Small Town Life When Ray Is Threatened In A Hold Up, Alfie Realises Just How Much The Older Man Means To Him But Can They Really Find Paradise Together

I am Rotherham s foremost okay, only writer of quality erotica and erotic romance Though I m now based in London, family and football take me back North on a regular basis Indeed, if you re ever at a Rotherham United match I know, what are the chances and you spot a small blonde with a large London Millers flag, that ll be me.For twenty years, I worked on the UK edition of Forum magazine,

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  • Stranded in Paradise
  • Elizabeth Coldwell
  • 21 October 2019

10 thoughts on “Stranded in Paradise

  1. says:

    This was primarily a summer fling short The story was enjoyable but moved much too quickly The characters were well chosen and fit the theme perfectly A new author made the trip even fun.

  2. says:

    Review written for Hearts On Fire Reviews This short story is about a 20 year old college boy, Alfie, who is British but chose to study at a Boston college in the U.S The story is told from his point of view as he attempts to see the country by trekking to San Francisco on his summer break Alfie finds an ad looking for someone to share the costs of the drive out there, but things go wrong when they get into a fight halfway there, leaving Alfie stranded roadside with little but the clothes on his back Alfie then stumbles into the little town of Paradise, where diner owner, Ray, takes him in, offers him a job and a place to stay To make a short story even shorter, Ray and Alfie begin a steamy affair when they both realize how much they each want each other The issues for them are 1 The age difference, which bothered me a bit, but seeing as Ray had the same issues and at least acknowledged it, made it a little better for me 2 Ray is completely in the closet in Paradise Ray had returned to Paradise to take care of his ailing father, the previous diner owner, and had been too afraid to tell any of the townfolk and 3 Alfie needs to go back to Boston for the fall semester I m not usually a fan of May December romances, and even less so when the youngest isn t even 21 yet we never really find out how old Ray is, only that he is at least 30 However, this story is written well, and Alfie and Ray definitely seem to have chemistry, even if we don t get to see them really learning anything about each other beyond the shared sexual fantasies This story contains tinges of Britspeak, which tend to pull me out of a story that takes place in the U.S, for example While I wouldn t have minded it so much coming from the young Brit, Alfie, it just sounded odd when it came from Ray This also has a light BDSM theme which isn t too detailed and just enough to make things interesting There were things that could have been a bit better or involved, but this was an easy reading enjoyable romance that I recommend to anyone who may not have the same issues as I.

  3. says:

    A Recommended Read Elizabeth Coldwell s Stranded in Paradise is a super sweet novella that makes the point that love can happen to anyone, anytime, anywhere To read this review in its entirety please visit

  4. says:

    look what I m reading for review

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