Feisty, independent, empathetic, maternal.Background
Destiny Lycoris lived a less than comfortable life through her childhood. Her parents separated when she was still a toddler, her mother disappeared and left her father to raise her. Her father might have once been a good man, but if he had been the betrayal of his wife changed him. He was a prominent Pediatrician, a pillar in their community; he delivered every baby, treated every child in their small town. He was loved and respected, by everyone but his daughter. No one knew the man that Destiny knew however. The people in town only knew the kind Dr. Lycrois; a man wonderful with children, generous and patient. Only Destiny saw who he was beneath the facade. A darkly twisted man, enraged by the abandonment of his wife, cold and cruel toward the daughter who looked so much like her.
That was why she left the day she turned eighteen, without a goodbye to anyone. She took the money she had saved working part-time in her teens and used it to forge a path cross-country to start a new life. It was hard, there were times when she would sleep in shelters or even out on the streets. She managed though, she'd do whatever she had to do to make sure she never had to go back to that town, back to that man. Eventually she got herself into school, from there she built a career in social work, helping as many children as she could, mending as many families as could be mended.
She was proud of herself, proud of what she had become. On the day of her thirtieth birthday however, Destiny realized that for all her accomplishments she had forgotten one thing. A family of her own. She was a beautiful woman, so finding a boyfriend wasn't difficult. The problem was that Destiny was so preoccupied in planning her future with Collin, that she wasn't really paying attention to the present. She'd gone for an older man—Collin was nearly forty—figuring he'd have maturity and want to settle down. Unfortunately for Destiny, Collin was in the throws of his midlife crisis. Story
Destiny had been dating Collin for six months, and was already happily preparing for their future together. She'd named their children—they'd have two, a boy and girl preferably—picked out the dining ware and cutlery for the kitchen in their future home, and planned the theme for their wedding. Collin was preoccupied with modifying the muscle car he'd bought with a commission check from work. His newest hobby in his quest to stay young (after taking guitar lessons and getting hair plugs) was street racing local college kids in an underground ring he'd heard of through word-of-mouth. It was ridiculous, pathetic really. Destiny was a supportive girlfriend though, so she let him play his little games while she handled the adult aspects of their relationship, and waited patiently for Collin to get over growing old.
One night Collin convinces Destiny to attend one of his races. She reluctantly agrees and stands amongst the drunken young adults while her boyfriend goes off to make a fool of himself. Unbeknownst to Destiny, the racer Collin is up against knows her. She was their social worker assigned to their adoption case. That was years ago however, and Destiny doesn't recognize the young racer, but they certainly remember her. Capitalizing on Collin's drunken state, the young racer offers the older man a wager. If Collin can beat their car in the race, they'll give it to him, if he can't he'll allow the young racer to take Destiny out on a date after the race.
Collin agrees, Collin loses, Destiny is furious when she's informed of what her boyfriend has done. Needless to say, Collin's drunken stupidity marks the end of his relationship with Destiny. Destiny allows the young racer to take her home, and in her annoyance at the blatant stupidity of older men, allows the young racer to kiss her and feel her up as a form of petty revenge. When they try for more however, they are immediately shut down. She tells them they're far too young for her and sends them on their way.
Unfortunately for Destiny, the young racer is not so easily discouraged. They've held a torch for her since the first time they met her, and now that they've found Destiny again, they're not willing to let her go.Expecting:
I need a dominant partner to play with this character. Bondage, slight N/C with stalking, public molestation and (kind of)kidnapping will be involved. Open to suggestions and any changes my partner may want to make.