The world is not a beautiful place, quite the opposite. While there are some marvelous things out there, unfortunately there are also a lot of hardships along the way. And the things that people find difficult, or hard, or they just don’t like or approve of, differ to everyone. In Violet Diesel’s case, what she found hardest to live with, was her age. The youngest in her family, the blonde girl was always surrounded by adults and often had to be witness to many conversations that she didn’t understood. Tagging behind her older brother, she listened with big ears and watched with curious eyes what was being discussed. Since before she could remember, Violet always felt the need to know everything about anything. She never liked being left out, so whenever there were social dinners and parties for adults, she would always join them. She didn’t liked them, she actually hated them, but she couldn’t bear staying alone in her room. Afraid of loneliness and darkness, she preferred annoying her brother and his friends, if that meant she would be surrounded by people.
The night she was born, it was meant to come as a miraculous night. After 100 years, Steven and Reanna Diesel had finally managed to have the baby girl they’ve waited for so long. After their first born, Nathaniel had come into world, the happy couple was so glad and overjoyed by their small boy, that they just wanted to have more and more children. But it seemed that fate wasn’t on their side, because no matter what they did, Reanna couldn’t bear another child. There was no explanation as to why, she was simply unable to do it. Never letting that fact overshadow her, she would always have a smile on her face, and it seemed as though she had no worries. And in a way, she didn’t. Because she always hoped she could have a second child. She swore that giving birth to a sister to Nathaniel would happen even if it was the last thing that she did on Earth. At the time, she didn’t knew how real her words would become. After 100 years, God blessed her and Steven and she was left pregnant. But the pregnancy was hard, terrible and nothing like her first one. She knew she was going to die, but she didn’t cared. She lived for some good hundred years, and giving birth to Violet was the last thing she was going to do. So as soon as the little girl had her first screams and yells, Reanna died with a smile on her face.
And like that, Violet became the sun of her family. She was the perfect copy of her deceased mother, and she was loved by all around her. Perhaps too much, because being used to affection and love, the death of her father came as a disaster. She cried for days, weeks, months even. She was simply unable to get over it. Her father was her world, and she was now alone, only with her brother who was always busy with business. And it was then that Nathaniel decided to send Violet to college. It was going to be a good experience for her, it would help her get over their father’s death, and it was the perfect timing too, as their cousin Sebastian had started going to college as well, and he could look after her. Initially, the idea of college didn’t seemed too exciting for Violet; she hated her cousin. Not that they feeling wasn’t mutual. They never got along, they called each other stupid nicknames, and they just simply couldn’t stay together for more than one minute, without arguing.
For the first couple of months, Violet’s college life had meant going to parties, drinking, dancing, meeting people. But none of it seemed to take her mind off her father’s death. And her depression continued until one night. The night she met him. Wesley. She had been with a guy, as she has in the past, but for some reason, Violet had been unable to go through the whole thing. She always ended up running, which wasn’t hard as a vampire. But the guy she was with that night was also a vampire, and he was older, stronger and more powerful. He didn’t liked her rejection so he started beating her up. In a moment of luck, Violet had somehow succeeded to get away. Using her vampire speed to escape, she was half-naked in cold winter, crying and scared. She could go to her cousin, but he would just laugh and shove the door in front of her face. And then, he appeared. A boy with a face that of an angel, brown hair and the calmest eyes she’s ever seen. He was a human, but she didn’t cared. In that moment, Wesley became her Prince Charming and she fell for him at first sight.
That night had been the most beautiful of her life. The almost innocent human stayed with her all night, talking about pretty much nothing. And Violet fell more and more for him every time they talked. When morning came, the blonde girl started crying and held on tightly to Wesley, as a little child holding out to her big brother. They exchanged numbers and promised to meet again. And the next day, they did. At NYU. Both were students there, just different buildings and different majors. She was majoring in Art and Fashion Design. She was surprised to find she was really into drawing and making clothes. The very first garment she made had been for Wesley, who got really close. To Wesley, Violet was the sister he never had, but she strived for more. So she asked to hang out with him and his friends, to see what it was like to be part of a group. Not having the heart to refuse her, Wesley brought Violet to a night out with his best friends: Trevor Rhodes and… Sebastian Nightshade. Violet’s cousin. Both were shocked beyond belief to see each other. Violet more than Bash. He hated humans. Loathed them to a point he was probably planning a massacre against them. Yet there he was, the best friend of a filthy human. Not that she was one to talk. She hated them too, or at least she did until meeting Wesley.
Lying to her only friend, Violet said she knew Bash from a party. She couldn’t let him know they were cousins, because then he would ultimately treat her like nothing more than a sister. Begging her cousin to keep quiet, she was surprised when he did. She never knew why, but she didn’t bothered to know either. She kept hanging out around Trevor and Wesley, and tried to ignore Sebastian for most of the part. To the other two, it seemed weird that their friend hadn’t tried to make a single move on the gorgeous blonde. She was everything he could dream of; she was a girl. But after some time, they stopped questioning it. As a couple of months later, Violet had finally managed to convince Wesley to go on a date with her. He was forced into it, but she didn’t cared. She knew that if they spent together, alone, he would see her as a woman rather than a girl. The date went well but it was the last one they had for a while. He wasn’t the dating type, he told her, and so they stayed friends, but she always wanted more. She was determined to get more.
Wesley was the love of her life and she would do everything for him. Even protect him from the hands of her family. She hadn’t seen Nathaniel since starting college at all, so when he paid a surprise visit, she was bewildered. Scared, and shocked, she tried to hide Wesley, but in the end, her brother and her crush met, and Nathaniel immediately knew that she was more in love with Wesley than Night World law allowed. He demanded she either turn him into a vampire or leave him, because if not, he was going to kill Wesley. Scared and to no choice, with her brother and uncle Wren’s help, she succeeded in getting authorization from the Council to turn Wesley, but in the way, another obstacle arrived.
Sebastian. He refused to let his best friend become a monster. He threatened, black mailed Violet, but when nothing worth, he ended up on his knees, begging his cousin to not turn Wesley in a vampire. He was everything he had, the only human part in him, but Violet saw no reason. She went with her decision, and before Bash could stop her, she made Wesley into a vampire. She slowly taught him the ropes of how to be a vampire, and they began dating. She was happier than ever. He really seemed to like her. She only needed a small bit of affection, she didn’t want him to love her. Just looking at her, and seeing her, really seeing was all she could ask. But their relationship didn’t last long, and as soon as graduation ended, Wesley left, telling her that she wasn’t the type of influence he needed in his life. He felt betrayed by all those around him, and so he took his anger for all his friends out on her. Broken-hearted, Violet left New York and never looked back. Her relationship with Wesley and Nathaniel was ruined, and while she started to get along much better with Bash, she couldn’t live in the same place as the man she loved. Going to Paris, for some years, she just did what vampires knew best to do: partying and not caring about the world. But after some years, she wanted to do something with her and so she started working part-time as a fashion designer. She worked for a man who was too cold and heartless. She hated him, but she also needed the job. She knew he was a witch, a strong one at that, but she couldn’t stand him. Him and his perfect girlfriend Jasmine. They pissed her off, but chances were it was because of her failed relationship.
Moving everywhere, she had visited all of Europe. And it was during one of her stays in France, that she saw Wesley again. At least 100 years have passed, but he was just the same. How could he not be, she made him into a vampire after all. Hiding from him and Bash, when she noticed they were leaving in the company of Jasmine, Violet didn’t thought twice before following them. She never approached them, just stayed behind, watching their moves. She noticed Jasmine’s feelings and she was jealous. Wesley could not like someone who wasn’t her, it was just impossible. During one of her anger fits, was that Bash found her. Pissed off, he nearly kicked her out and away from them, but like that Wesley found about Violet. He was surprised to see her, and a bit upset, as well. But after some more meetings, his blonde ex-girlfriend had managed somehow to pull back into her life.
One thing was true, she had changed. She wanted Wesley, badly, but she wasn’t going to force him into anything. She was fine with them being friends, though she couldn’t help but get between Jasmine and him, once in every while. And then, the news of Rebellion arrived and she knew her brother was among them. Worried and scared, when Wesley and Trevor joined Circle Daybreak, so did she. It was then that the two finally bonded and starting dating again. With promise to change, she was disappointed to find out that they weren’t soul mates. Nathaniel looked so happy with his soul mate, that it broke her heart knowing Wesley had someone else, perfect in the world. But before he or she could meet their respective soul mates, the Originals caught to them and erased their memories.