Beast Girl and Her Mate
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Beast Girl and Her Mate
A thirty seven year old author Martin Cole lives alone in a comfortable four bedroom condo in Metro city. He works at home and is a very successful as a writer and author now. It’s funny because his dad is a successful contactor and he was groomed to take over for his dad someday. They sent him to an Ivy League school that his dad paid a lot of money for. He was married briefly when he was very young and they were both still in college. His college educated parents told him the relationship was doomed from the very beginning but he was young and full of big ideas. Martin started seeing Doris Barnes while attending school. He met Doris part time art student at the local watering hole where she also worked waitressing to pay for her schooling. Without his parent’s knowledge or permission he and Doris married secretly during his second year in college. His parents were furious that he’d taken a wife because ever since elementary school they had planned his life. After they got to know Doris their feeling about the couple changed; his dad softened his original bias and built a home for his son’s bride. After college Doris and he moved into the home that his dad built for them and began living and working as newly weds in that home. Dad and he had built several new homes together and Martin was also to do the books. But his secret love had always been literature or writing it. He had been secretly writing short stories and after some was published and he collected sizable royalties from them. He began to spend more time writing and less time with his dad’s business.