Enemies With Benefits (Kellic)

Enemies With Benefits (Kellic)

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SulfurAndTheSea By SulfurAndTheSea Updated Jun 26, 2016

Kellin Quinn and Vic Fuentes have always hated each other with a burning passion. Everyone knew that, it was a simple fact. It was as simple as the sky being blue, or the grass being green.

Throughout both of their soccer careers, they've had a feud. Now, when they are both accepted into a prestigious college well known for its soccer team, they are forced to get over their differences and play with each other, on the same team.

Not only do they have to share a college, but they also have to share a room. 

Could life get any worse?

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  • bands
  • boyxboy
  • drama
  • fanfiction
  • gay
  • jaimepreciado
  • kellic
  • kellicquentes
  • kellinquinn
  • love
  • piercetheveil
  • ptv
  • quentes
  • rivalry
  • sleepingwithsirens
  • soccer
  • sws
  • swsptv
  • vicfuentes
i am sorry for all ace or asexual folk reading, you are appreciated
mooonwaffle mooonwaffle May 03, 2017
woah I didn't know there was gonna be smit in the first chapter 
                              GEEzus
PiercedSirens23 PiercedSirens23 Mar 25, 2017
I'm gonna read it. I'm gonna read it .. and no one is gonna stop me
MrPizzaRoll MrPizzaRoll 7 days ago
I been to Mexico, an it's BEAUTIFUL! 
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              The downfall of that was 9-12 hr flight from Brighton....
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              Go damn...
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              It was worth it