Quinn Gray is beautiful, kind and considerate to those around her, growing up alone without a family of her own, the day she was born she was placed in foster care. Quinn grew up with manners, grateful to be alive her mission was to find happiness and to find a family of her own someday, believing one day she could be wanted. Quinn grew up in the United States, West Virginia. Quinn never left the state, she grew up as a farm girl working hard every day while being in foster care. Whenever families had come along to pick their ideal child, she was never what couples had wanted for a daughter, having a personality like Dory from Finding Nemo, she was never wanted.
When Quinn was in school, maths was never for forte, but she did enjoy history, she could sit for hours just learning about the subject, she lacked in education due to her memory, it can be bad if it isn't post-traumatic. At the age of sixteen, Quinn moved away from the farm life and rented a cheap small place near the city, she worked at a local vegetable shop. Quinn worked hard to pay her rent, she struggled but she managed, she never had friends or anyone for that matter, she was content and used to not having anyone until-
Quinn served her first customer of the morning, he looked to be in his early twenties, after Quinn had served him, he wanted to take her out for coffee, they exchanged names and numbers. Since then they became very close with one another, they became boyfriend and girlfriend after multiple dates. It was love at first sight for Joe when he had first laid his eyes on Quinn, he had a newborn daughter called Amberleigh, he was a single father when he had met Quinn for the first time, but Quinn adored the little girl as if she was her own, the birth mother abandoned them both the day she had given birth, he had to get to know Quinn even if his ex-girlfriend had abandoned them not so long ago. After two years Quinn and Joe married, they were very happy in love, a perfect family.
Quinn was working late at night, Joe and Amberleigh were at home waiting, but when Quinn had finished work she had seen nothing but flames and smoke, there were multiple fire engines, along with police cars and ambulances. Tragically Joe and their daughter died in a house fire, their home and her family were destroyed and gone from this earth. This placed Quinn in depression, along with mental health issues such as PTSD. Quinn didn't care if she were to die at any moment in time, she had lost her family, her happiness.
After finding a cheap place to rent, one night while doing night-shift at work, two men had come into the shop with masks on, they demanded money. Quinn had looked at the men with no emotion, she questioned the men, asking why they were doing what they were doing, one man was pointing his weapon in her general direction, but she wasn't phased. The men had told her to hurry up, to hand over the money, but she wasn't doing as they demanded, he then placed his weapon against the temple of her forehead, Quinn smiled, the men were flabbergasted at how she perceived herself. The men had run off when the police had shown up. Soon after she had gotten a letter with tickets through the door, the letter had pictures attached to it. Apparently, she had family at Chernarus, she started thinking about it for a few weeks, then decided to go.
Quinn found her long-lost relatives and stayed with them for a while. It was what she needed. Quinn went to the shop to buy food for everyone, on her way back things seemed a little strange, but she was too oblivious to even realize it. When she got back, she was putting food away, on her left was one of the relatives limping towards her acting totally off. He tried to attack her so she backed off and ran away. They had been taken over by the virus, she now needs to survive in Chernarus on her own.
Truthful at all times Terrible at cooking Finds it hard to trust Comes across as innocent
Initiative Appreciative Allergic to seafood
Martina McBride - How Far
Randy Van Warmer - Just When I Needed You Most
Delta Goodrem - Lost Without You
Brian McFadden featuring Delta Goodrem - Almost Here
Delta Goodrem - In This Life
Lee Ann Womack - I Hope You Dance
Brett Young and Carly Pearce - Whiskey Lullaby
Alan Jackson - Remember When
Warmth Cold Candy Seafood