Grace works at the tattoo parlor, and is the older sister of Eve.
Grace is an electric redhead with asymmetric haircut and blue eyes.
She’s dressed with a black crop top and purple shorts which allow her to exhibit many tattoos. Her ears are decorated with a pair of black earrings and piercings, and her nails are varnished in the same color. A slightly dark eye shadow contrasts with the intensity of her light eyes. The red hair is partly shaved on the sides. Grace definitely pays attention to her appearance.
There are two Grace; the eternal party girl turned into a hardworking and overprotective woman. Having become a replacement mother for her younger sister, she left the rebellious side behind more by obligation than by choice. The way the two sisters are always squabbling with each other confirms a great complicity.
Her overwhelming generosity led Grace to accommodate friends at her place; Odette enjoys her couch, and Tuuku benefits from her tolerance for particular crops. But when it comes to Eve, Grace makes sure she does the right things at school. She is friendly and willing to assist the main character or her friends, but she doesn’t mind a little help in return.
- For the complete walkthrough, see Eve’s route.
Since the death of their parents, Grace has been housing Eve in her apartment, above the tattoo parlor. This place, called Sugar Tats, is where she works. She drives a motorcycle with her name on it, which proves that she has kept a wild side.
But juggling work and family is not simple with a teenager keen to follow her own mind. Faced with the irresponsibility of her friends and a decline in clientele, Grace sees her morale inexorably falling. The main character will have to gather all the forces of goodwill to ease this woman on the verge of a nervous breakdown.
- For a detailed list of scenes, see Cookie jar § Grace.