Zach (A College Bad Boy Romance)

By: Jane S. White

Allie's little shriek of disgust and anger could be heard echoing through the stands. Everybody was hanging on his every word.

Michelle didn't know what to say. She had been waiting for so long to hear Zach say something like this. Even though they couldn't stand each other, there was always something behind all of that. Her heart pounded and hot tears flooded out of her eyes. He put his hands on her frail shoulders, and the same magnetism that had pulled them together on the trail was there again, and they were kissing, their soft lips pressing hotly together, their hands gripping one another tightly. He lifted her up and spun her, kissing her gently.

They left the bleachers together, the whole school roaring with thunderous applause and cheers. Not only had they won the championship, but their leader had found true love.

Zach led her to his dorm room, still in his football uniform, minus the helmet. He lifted her easily up, and they kissed passionately. She peeled his sweaty jersey off, revealing his perfect abs, still tight from the game. She gripped his muscular biceps tightly as he kissed every inch of her body, pulling her clothes off and slipping his body on top of hers languidly. They both moaned as she wrapped her long legs around him, pulling him close to her, their breath sensual on each other's skin as he pushed inside of her. He thrusted hard, ramming powerfully until she clenched her teeth.

“Oh god,” she moaned as he brought her to the brink of climax. She held him tight, gasping heavily as he began to moan. Her climax contracted powerfully around him, extracting a hot explosion, filling her deeply and taking her to a new height of pleasure she had never experienced.

They lay panting together in the tangle of his sheets and he suddenly burst out laughing.

“What?” she asked.

“It's just... I expected you to bang on the wall or something.”

They cackled quietly together in his bed and she climbed on top of him, kissing him gently.

“I think those days are over,” she whispered. He grinned at her and pinned her down on the bed.

“We'll see about that,” he said, and pulled the sheets over their bodies to start another round.


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Table of Contents


Paranormal Romance

Billionaire Romance

Bad Boy Romance




Book 1: The Unveiling

Book 2: Moonrise

Book 3: Enchanted


Book 1: Temptation

Book 2: Torn

Book 3: Fallen

Book 4: Reminiscence

Book 5: Awakened


Book 1: Revelation

Book 2: Turmoil

Darkness Awakened

By My Side


Billionaire Romance

Bad Boy Romance

Table of Contents

The Unveiling

Chapter 1

“See anything interesting?” Josh asked from the doorway.

Aurora had her nose buried in a book on Astrology and didn't look up to acknowledge him.

“Uh huh,” she said absently, oblivious to the fact that her boyfriend had stripped and was standing naked, staring at her.

“Anything that really gets your blood pumping?” he asked. She could hear the grin in his voice and looked up, stifling her laughter when she realized that he was coming slowly toward her, letting it all hang out.

“Well, there was this bit about Geminis,” she said as seriously as possible.

“Oh?” he asked, sidling his way up to her until his groin was nearly in her face. His tall, athletic body was rippling with muscles, and she couldn't help but stare.

“You know, you're making it pretty hard to concentrate,” she said, running her hand through her fiery red hair. Her amber colored eyes peered at Josh from behind her book, and he grinned.

“Good,” he said, grabbing the book away from her and tossing it away. “Because we haven't even had sex since I got here.”

“Hey, that was very important material!” she exclaimed, pouting after her book as it fell, splayed on the floor.

“Why? Are you studying “Sun Signs and The Stars” for your business class?” Josh teased, gripping Aurora's frail wrists and pinning them above her head. She sighed in pleasure, but tried to keep her face as serious as possible.

“Of course,” she said. “They do business different in Italy.”

“Riiight,” Josh said, ripping open Aurora's blouse, exposing her large, pale breast and its pink, erect nipple. “God, I love it when you don't wear a bra.”

She pursed her lips at him, buckling under his broad, 6'2 athlete's frame as his hand found its way under the waistline of her shorts and his large, muscular fingers penetrated her.

“It's rude to just throw a girl's book like that,” she breathed, squirming as she grew hot and wet around Josh's fingertips.

“You know this is more fun than reading, Aurie. I mean come on. I came all this way to spend the summer with you. Now it's your turn to give me something that I want.”

Aurie sighed to herself. She hated when he phrased things like that. As if she owed him everything, all her time and sex whenever he wanted it. If she wasn't already so turned on she would have stalked out of the room. But her body was begging for what he had to offer and she wanted to give in.She couldn't help it. Still, however much she loved his body, she couldn't stand his obnoxious personality. She wasn't sure that they would last as a couple.

Josh gripped her by the slender waist and flipped her over, pulling her shorts off and slipping his finger deeper, expertly stroking her clit. Aurora cried out and she moaned as he pulled his fingers out and thrust hard inside her.

“Oh god!” Aurora screamed as Josh sped up his pace. She could feel every curve of his cock as he stuffed himself inside her, over and over again. Suddenly, she was overwhelmed with a familiar wave of ecstasy and she gripped the bedsheets, knowing she had reached her climax.


Aurora woke up to the sounds of honking and men yelling in Italian. It was another hot summer afternoon in Rome, Italy and the air conditioning was down again. Groaning in disgust of her own sweat, Aurora quickly jumped out of bed and headed for a cold shower – leaving Josh to his own snoring.

Gasping as the ice cold water hit her face and made its way down her body, Aurora closed her eyes in thought. She’d been contemplating breaking up with Josh for a while now and had thought that her move to Italy from California would have sealed the deal. The two had been the golden couple since high school and had somehow been able to make it through college despite Josh’s many episodes, including the most recent one – having sex with Aurora’s best friend. Aurora should have broken up with him right there and then, but despite her strong personality, she was a softie at heart. Besides, Josh had insisted on spending the summer with her while she got ready for her masters at the University of Bologna. That was romantic, right?


She ignored him, lost in her own thoughts.

“Babe! Can you get the door?,” Josh half-screamed from the bedroom in annoyance, breaking Aurora’s train of thought.

“Argh, “ Aurora grunted as she quickly dried herself and rushed to open the door in a towel.

“Don’t tell me you’re not ready yet,” Luna said with a frustrated tone as she stared at her younger twin in disapproval. Her large silver grey eyes carried their usual sternness and had a coldness that pierced through the pair of black framed glasses she always wore.

Luna was Aurora’s older identical twin by an hour, but their similarity stopped at their facial structures. The doctor had said that they were a miracle, a medical wonder that made the newspaper the day they were born. Luna was born with eyes so light that they had a silver glisten while Aurora had a pair of amber eyes that seemed to burn with an eternal fire. Their hair colors were also like night and day - Luna had a head of white blonde hair which she always wore in a pony tail, whereas Aurora always let her mahogany red hair down in perfect curls.

“Oh shit, I totally forgot!” Aurora shrieked as she turned and scrambled to grab some clothes, almost ramming into Josh.

“Whoa, watch it babe!” Josh muttered, holding out his long arms to steady Aurora as he walked passed her towards the bedroom door. “Hey Luna, how’s it going? Why the long face?” Josh said with a smirk as he leaned onto the door frame and slowly eyed her from head to toe, making Luna blush almost instantly.

“Put on some clothes Josh,” Luna tilted her head down slightly in shyness, only to find herself staring at Josh’s perfectly chiseled abs, unable to look away. “Aurie, you have ten minutes!“ Luna said quickly as she turned and stomped down the hallway.

“Man, I still don’t get how you girls are twins. Your sister needs to take a chill pill,” Josh said as he jumped back back into bed and started typing away on Facebook.

Aurora and Luna had personalities as different as their hair colors. Aurora had always been the outgoing social butterfly and had a strong personality that was borderline stubborn. She was the captain of the girl’s volleyball team in high school and was crowned prom queen alongside Josh. Luna, on the other hand, had a cat-like personality and liked to keep to herself. As if in an attempt to appear as different as possible to her redhead twin, she always kept her hair up and wore a pair of glasses, even when she didn’t need to.

At 5’6, both Aurora and Luna were not only blessed with full D size breasts, but had legs that went on for miles. But the twin’s choices in fashion were largely dissimilar – Aurora was comfortable strutting her stuff in clothes that showed off her curves, while Luna insisted on covering herself in classy conservative attires.

“Yeah I know, but she’s my sister and I love her anyway,” Aurora shrugged as she rushed out the door in a tight fitted white tank and a pair of distressed jean shorts.

Chapter 2

The library of the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei e Corsiniana was truly a sight to behold. With more than 400 years of history and famous scholars and scientists such as Galileo once its members, the building was oozing with history from just its exteriors. Covered in meticulously carved facades, massive windows and surrounded by a perfectly trimmed garden - the building seemed more like a royal palace than a library.

“Do you think we’ll be able to read some of the manuscripts?” Aurora asked as she fiddled with her visitor’s badge and stepped through the arched entrance doors to keep up with the group.

“Keep your voice down! And no, of course not – the manuscripts are priceless artifacts that belong to the library and is a part of the city’s history,” Luna hissed quietly as she grabbed Aurora, who had already started to wander off.

The twins had both been accepted to the master’s program at the University of Bologna - Aurora was pursuing her marketing talents and Luna in democracy and human rights. Although the program was supposed to start in the fall, the girls had decided to move to the Eternal City earlier to “explore.” With a vastly different definition of the word - Aurora had already partied at the hippest clubs in town while Luna spent most of her time roaming about Vatican City.

But this visit was different. Growing up, the only passion the two girls ever shared was their love for astrology. It was the only thing they could remember about their late mother, who used to sing them to sleep with a song about zodiacs. The song went:

The ram, the bull, the heavenly twins,

And next the crab, the lion shines,

The virgin and the scales,

The scorpion, archer, and the goat,

The man who holds the watering-pot,

And fish with glittering scales.

“This library Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei e Corsiniana is divided into three main sections: The Corsiniana Section, the Academic Section and the Historical Archive of the Lincei…” The tour guide said with a heavy Italian accent as she led the group into the heart of the library, where ancient books were stacked at least two stories high and well maintained pillars stood to hold up ceilings covered in biblical murals. An atlas globe with an inaccurate map of the world stood in the back of the room, and a hint of aged musk surrounded them as they followed into the room. They had already seen most of the library and this was the last stop.

“I can’t believe we are standing on floors that Galileo once walked on!” Aurora shrieked as quietly as she could into her sister’s ears. “Hey what section do you think houses all the writings on Astrology…” Aurora’s words trailed off as something in the corner of her eye caught her attention and she took a few steps backwards into the hallway they came in from.

The long corridor was blocked off with a dark velvet rope and a “Do Not Enter” sign in various languages. With almost no windows in this part of the building, the barely lit hallway seemed to go on forever and gave off an almost ominous feel.

“Did that door just creak open?” Aurora asked as she tugged at Luna’s white dress shirt and subtly motioned towards a barely visible door at the end of the dark hallway.

“Aurie, don’t. We don’t’ have time for another one of your shenanigans. Besides, you can’t even see that door from here …” but before Luna could finish her sentence, Aurora had already slipped into the shadows and was making her way towards the door ever so swiftly. Luna hated breaking rules, but it excited her sister to do so. Unfortunately, this meant Luna often had to clean up after Aurora’s messes. Grumbling in disbelief, Luna squeezed through the small gap Aurora had made between the pole and the wall and followed her twin into the darkness.

Ignoring Luna’s effort to pull her back, Aurora moved onwards in an almost trance-like way. She couldn’t quite explain it, but it was as if something beyond that door had a gravitational force that was pulling her in. Luna could feel it too, but the rational voice in her mind was telling her to leave.

The door was much bigger up close and had intricate carvings that were barely visible in the dark. The girls stood in awe as Aurora slowly ran her fingers over the door’s contours, stopping at the thick edge of the wooden masterpiece. Aurora was right. For some unknown reason the door was not fully shut and a cold draft could be felt coming through the slight open crack.

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