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About Viola Masters
A fusion of two author names, Viola Masters enjoys frolicking in the dark parts of societal norms where political correctness dares not tread. (Or just goofing around in the grim stuff, take your pick.)
Her stories are a start for your own fantasies to twist the tale to your own purposes. There is a Viola Masters Facebook group if you want to share what you would like to see in further installments.
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Arabella is nearing the end of her work visa on Monster Island when she gets invited to the full moon ball by the mayor of the island. The band that she is given marks her as an invitee of the next full-moon ball and she notices the looks she gets from the locals when they see it. No one else is sporting an all-onyx band.
After an altercation at work, she ends up needing medical attention and she is the only one surprised when the mayor arrives and carries her to the med center where her introduces her to aspects of his appearance that are not so human.
He is very good with his tongue.
Harrow has been waiting centuries for a mate to present herself. Monsters don’t get many chances when the screaming and running start. Arabella is different. When she sees his teeth she smiles and when he uses his tongue she cuddles up for more.
Only a full night at the ball will determine if they are a match or if heavy petting is where it ends.
Mara doesn’t know why she’s on the ferry to Monster Island, but she knows that a job is waiting. She goes through orientation, meets the local police chief, and is taken to her assignment and residence. She’s going to be a waitress.
Tyron has spent thousands of years waiting to find a human to act as mate. When he meets Mara, he senses that she has a lovely spirit with a longing for the water, but that’s it. Arabella identifies her as a likely candidate for Tyron, so he made sure to put her where he could find her at his restaurant.
On her day off, he gives her an invitation to the ball, but being uncharacteristically impatient, he proposes a date before the full moon.
Can a woman who can’t remember her past consider a future with a monster classified as ancient and terrible? Of course. At least she can see this monster coming. It’s purple.
Sea Men – Emmy is abandoned to the ocean for refusing to cross the friend-zone barrier finds herself the object of interest for some mermen as she loses her grip on reality.
Swipe Right – Molly is on a first date. Her realtor companion decides to show her an unsellable house. When he makes a move she rebuffs him, but not in time to stop his girlfriend from seeing them.
Cross Country – Lea is with friends and a guide on a skiing weekend, but she isn’t as fast as her companions. After a flurry, she is lost and they are gone. Finding shelter is her prime concern with night creeping in, but the mythical beast she has to share a cave with has more than sleep on his mind.
Camping Out – after a stressful wedding Sara is tired of being the bridesmaid. Now here she is, forced to camp with friends while she remains in the only solo tent. She pitches her small site away from the others. The scratch on her flap in the middle of the night is definitely something that wants to know her better as it hauls her into the woods.