The present invention is related to genomic nucleotide sequencing. In particular, the invention describes a single reaction method to co-amplify multiple subsequences of a nucleic acid fragment sequence (i.e., for example, at least two read pairs from a single library insert sequence). Nucleic acid fragment sequences may include, but are not limited to, localizing library insert sequences and/or unique read pair sequences in specific orientations on a single emulsion polymerase chain reaction bead. Methods may include, but are not limited to, annealing, melting, digesting, and/or reannealing high throughput sequencing primers to high throughput sequencing primer binding sites. The compositions and methods disclosed herein contemplate sequencing complex genomes, amplified genomic regions, as well as detecting chromosomal structural rearrangements that are compatible with massively parallel high throughput sequencing platforms as well as ion semiconductor matching sequencing platforms (i.e., for example, Ion Torrent platforms).