Coxworth Academy, founded by loveable Eleanor Coxworth, features modern replicas of ancient Greek and Roman structures, including the Parthenon, the Pantheon, the Colosseum, and Circus Maximus. Tuition is free for select underprivileged honor students who cannot afford to further their education beyond public high school. Pupils lucky enough to receive an invitation to Coxworth Academy receive a classical education in the arts, culture, languages, logic and rhetoric, history, mathematics, science, and social etiquette. Participating in athletics is mandatory, and male students must compete without clothes in the tradition of ancient Greco-Roman Olympians.
In the spirit of ancient Rome, Mrs. Coxworth promotes an atmosphere of orgiastic revelry on her campus. She sets the example with her bawdy sense of humor and lecherous behavior, encouraging her students and employees to enjoy life, pursue happiness, and make love.
In Coxworth Academy 19, a lustful college cheerleader from Florida named Zoey visits the tropical Hesperides Island campus. She has come to renew her friendship with Valerie, a bosomy Coxworth Academy coed. Together, the two blonde and beautiful young women set out to raise the morale of a few good-looking men.
Their first encounter is with Tyler, a cub reporter who is in the process of moving to Hesperides Island. Tyler’s previous visit to the college, documented in Coxworth Academy 11, ended badly. He had an altercation with a faculty member that led to an unusual punishment: he had to assist the female staff of the Admissions & Administration office for one month, without the benefit of clothes.
In Coxworth Academy 19, Tyler prepares for residency in a tropical climate. He visits the Valetudinarium, the campus medical clinic, to receive inoculations and a complete physical examination by Doctor Christie. When the female physician is called away for an emergency, Tyler’s physical ends with an unexpected climax.
About the Author
KC Crozetti is the pen name of an author who writes fictional erotic stories as an enjoyable diversion from the more mundane occupation of authoring a non-fiction blog and related eBooks. The merry "Coxworth Academy" series features Eleanor Coxworth, a wildly wealthy and wacky widow who bursts onto the scholastic scene by introducing a modern version of ancient Rome where underprivileged honor students are offered the opportunity to further their education at no cost to their struggling families. Her Coxworth Academy includes exact copies of the Pantheon, the Colosseum, and Circus Maximus. College students receive a classical educational in the arts, culture, etiquette, science, and especially athletics, but schoolboys are required to compete without clothing in the tradition of ancient Greco-Roman Olympians. The "Double Standard School", officially known as the Dahlia Sampson School of Higher Learning, is where young men attend a college that was formerly for women only. The female faculty relentlessly take advantage of their new schoolboys in order to teach young professional women that they need not fear, nor be intimidated by, their male competitors in the workforce. "A CFNM Carol and 'Twas the Night Before CFNM" are updated, erotic adaptations of two Christmas classics.