2 Works in Mal/Diego de Vil
Fandoms: The Isle of the Lost Series - Melissa de la Cruz, Descendants (Disney Movies), A Midsummer Night's Dream - All Media Types, Camelot - Lerner/Loewe, Brave (2012), Frozen (2013), Disney - All Media Types
01 Feb 2019
The newly United Kingdoms of Auradon didn't think about the consequences of what throwing all of their villains, and old world history they wished to forget, under a magical barrier and lifting the land 500 yards into the air would bring.
Well I'll tell you what, it doesn't encourage reform, nor instill happy go lucky feelings.
The Villains weren't about to give up the lives they dreamed of, they still were sleazy, lazy sorts of people. If they wanted an easier life and someone to blame and listen to their woes, they were going to need new loyal followers, AKA children.
Those who didn't particularly kill to have more mouths to feed, still found themselves creating and fighting to have brats of their own, if only to survive. After all Maleficent's iron grip on the Isle left little other options for them, not when everyone knows if you cross the less than sane dragon you get killed.
How do their descendants overcome all the challenges created by the ignorance of Auradon, and how will they fall on the cosmic scales.
- Part 1 of Children of the Isle of the Lost
Carlos is beaten, Jay helps him. Friendship forms and quickly turns to more. Mal thinks he's lost his mind until she meets Diego and learns that the Isle does have more than hate. The four of them embark on a few adventures that lead to them making their own village away from the rest of the Isle and trying to gain the approval of the king to become citizens of Auradon.
I bite at summaries, it's fluffy, it's smutty, it's delicious!