"Do not underestimate the unknown."
Presenting Mademoiselle Angelique Becquet, illusionist, hypnotist, spiritualist and a passionate lover of men and fine wines.
Promised you all some new art, well, we have some new art
(even if it's a quicky ... and I mean it - half an hour at most). Now, donno exactly what else to tell you about her so that I won't spoiler you guys senseless, but I will mention a few things:
Name: Angelique Becquet
Species: Eurasian red squirrel
Blood Father: Marcel Teodosiu Bequet
Blood Mother: Alexandra Helena Sevile-Bequet
Nationality: Hungarian (but spent most of her life in France)
Spoken Languages: five (5) - Hungarian, French, German, Spanish and Italian
Personal preferences(=likes):wine, men, parties, luxury
Bio: (namely that thing he's string to hide :3
Angelique Donna Bequet, born to father Marcel
Teodosiu Bequet and mother Alexandra Helena
Sevile-Bequete, is a Hungarian illusionist and unofficial expert of the occult.
Not much is known about her past. Although rumors and speculations continue to emerge from the people who come in contact with her, she had - up until now - confirmed only two of the long list of speculations that kept moving from rodent to rodent: one - she had been born in Hungary and two - she had moved to the France countryside at an early age, but later moved to Paris where she had started her career as an entertainer.
A fine squirrel in every aspect, Angelique adores three things above all other: wine, fashion and parties. She also appears to like spending re time i the company of men, young, shy ones especially, yet it the “right one” will come her way, then she won;T. care if he will be old or young or dead XD -
She currently speaks five languages (English, French, Hungarian, German, Italian and Spanish) but she uses a very heavy Parisian accent when doing so.
p.s. - copy and paste in notepad in your friend :3
The rest of her profile shall be updated as the story progresses ^^
First appearance: chapter five (5) of Whispers in the Dark
Mademoiselle Angelique Becquet © Jessica P. (2010)