“After Jesus and Rock n’ Roll, couldn’t save my immoral soul well, I’ve got nothing left to lose”
At a first glance, Angel might seem like your stereotypical high school rebel. She’s everything her name is not; sex, drugs and rock n’ roll all washed down with a hefty glass of alcohol. She knows how to party and how to go at it hard. But more than just your typical rock music enthusiast, she’s a singer, an aspiring musician with a wonderful voice. Being a talented singer she managed to form a band with some of the local boys with whom she tries to perform wherever and whenever she can. Angel doesn’t make any effort to hide the fact she likes to live on the wild side. When she’s not jamming with the band, she can usually be found at parties, flirting up a storm or sleeping in class to do so. She lost her virginity a long time ago and is perceived as eccentric by most of the town’s population with how open she is about her sexuality. Gender is the least of her concerns, she just likes to hook up with graced hotties.
Some might think that she’s just edgy, a rebel without a cause and while it is true she has a lot of anger, she usually expresses it in her music, rather than getting in actual fights. She’s quick-tempered but fairly laid-back, and she’s actually rather friendly with most people, preferring not to pass judgment over the preppier, more uptight individuals. She knows everyone’s little secrets, because underneath her spacey exterior, lies a very cunning and attentive little fox… Quite literally. Perhaps that is why she refrains from being judgmental, (except of Brandon), as she knows that she herself could be judged for this secret not to mention the other one. Her mother died when she was young, killed by a poacher, Brandon’s father and nourishes a profound hatred for Brandon after realizing what his father did and what he himself does today. When her mother died, her father began wasting away and stayed in his human form for too long, turning in to a deranged alcoholic, which is the real reason Angel avoid being home as much as she can.
Angel plans to try and find a way to sell Brandon out to the cops or the journalists by seducing him and trying to get him to make a mistake at some point. The question is, will her need for revenge exceed her compassion?
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- Admin R