Hot Off the Press (Ridgemont University Book 1)

Rated 3.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Sweet/ wholesome MM love story. Easy reading introduction to the Ridgemont University gay romance series. No adult content. A mystery rocks Ridgemont University, and it's up to Simon Northbrook, ambitious yet shy reporter for the Ridgemont Weekly News, and his handsome and confident editor Ian Peters to figure it all out. But Simon's feelings for Ian might complicate things... More
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About Meredith Taylor

Meredith Taylor is the creator and author of the Ridgemont University series.

The Ridgemont University series follows the MM/ 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.

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Drako reviewed on Feb. 9, 2017

Ok, so I had to wait a day after reading this to write my review. It's not that the story wasn't good. It definitely was. It's just that Simon was so frustrating. I can't relate to him personally because his level of insecurity is far beyond anything I've dealt with. Despite this, I kept reading because I wanted him to eventually grow a pair and take what was in front of him. Ian isn't sterling either, but at least he's willing to go for what he wants. I actually feel sorry for him because it's evident early on that he's attracted to Simon, but Simon is just so insecure and sheltered that he refuses to see the signs, and even when Ian reaches out, he shuts him down repeatedly. Despite Simon's glaring personality flaws, the story itself was interesting and kept me reading to make it through to the end
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