Gay M/M sweet romance standalone short story in the interconnected Ridgemont University series. Focus is on character development and sweet romantic moments.
Medium heat, medium angst.
Connor Olivier is a freshman at Ridgemont University, living in Initia Nova, one of the newer residence halls on campus. He has always lived by the rules: head prefect in school, straight-A student, and a bit of a stick in the mud. His small-town background and strict, religious upbringing always made him feel stifled, and the fact that he had steadily dated a girl all through high school never quite felt right. Studying at Ridgemont University is his chance to finally let loose and find himself.
Suddenly, everything makes sense when Connor is assigned a second-year student, Adam, as a mentor. Connor is instantly head-over-heels, and realizes that it won’t be easy to resist Adam.
Adam Scholtz is a reformed bad-boy. He partied too hard in his first year, and he is on thin ice with the university administrators after one wild night led to a very public and embarrassing scene. Adam is determined not to be led astray again and to complete his degree in peace. Nothing could be less convenient than the irresistibly hot first-year student who he has been assigned to mentor as part of his probationary re-admittance to Ridgemont. Adam is tempted to break the rules, but doing so might risk his future at Ridgemont University.
How will Connor and Adam deal with their overpowering attraction? Will they stick to the script, or will they end up breaking the rules? Find out in this first Ridgemont University Short Read.
This is a standalone story within the fictional Ridgemont University series by Meredith Taylor.
The Ridgemont University series follows the M/M gay romances of students at the fictional Ridgemont University in Cape Town, South Africa. The books are crammed full of flirty, fun and sweet romantic moments and complex characters that will make you care about them deeply (and maybe even have them tug at your heartstrings). The romances are organic and realistic, and even though the books are mostly light reading, they have enough substance for you to really dig into and think about long after you turn the last page. Give Ridgemont University a try; the boys might just steal your heart.