"19th Century will be forever in my heart, though I am never dying and need to be forever changing; I will never loose the touch of being a lady, even when the monster comes at night."
Story: Anabella was brought up in the time when women were supposed to act a specific way. They weren’t supposed to talk back, they were reserved, collected— almost shy, and the young girl was more than ready to take her place in the society as a lady. Someone to be respected, loved, adored by many. She wanted what her mother had… the beauty, the confidence, the poise.
When it was her turn to ‘enter’ into society, she went missing. Her mother, fearing the worst, sent for the search parties. They came back empty handed. When Anabella woke up, she was terrified, confused and alone. She didn’t know what had happened. All she remembers was going to sleep and next thing she knew— she was waking up in a new house, a new place.
She had been turned. A man, enthralled by her beauty and genuine kindness, was drawn to her, desperate to have her as his own. Terrified by the man, she fled at the first opportunity and never looked back.
Now residing in Darkness Falls, she finds comfort in the homey feel the town gives off, but she does not fit in. She still holds onto the morals and teachings of being a ‘lady’. It’s all she knows and has.