La Vita Bella

Everyone knows the story of Bella Goth… but do they really? Who is the mysterious lady in red behind the most infamous disappearance in the history of the SimNation, maybe even the entire planet, Simterra? What really happened leading up to those missing years? In a world where there is more to everything than meets the eye and beauty is more of a curse than a blessing, Bella is an extraordinary girl who wants to be ordinary looking to fit in a strange, wondrous world. It is time for Bella to tell her own story.

La Vita Bella: Early Years
La Vita Bella: Uni Years 

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Everyone loves Bella Goth. The glamorous lady in red is the focal point of one of the most well known Sims mysteries. This is my own version of the tale of this fascinating, beautiful, mystifying woman. Who is she really? What happened to her? Why did she disappear? Was she really abducted by aliens? Did she really die? Who did she leave behind? What are their stories?

Other Chapters Bella is mentioned in or appears in:

Author Note (February 12, 2016): When I lost almost all of my data during a ill-fated transfer of files, I thought all hope was lost for Kassiopeia Fullbright’s story and her subsequent mystery series. I had hoped to launch The Lost Legacy soon, and my content loss is a pain-in-the-butt obnoxious recovery. However, this opened up avenues of thought and fresh ideas I hadn’t previously considered, namely a tie-in to the famous Bella Goth. Kass had already encountered members of the Goth family in chapter 28 part 1 and 2, had researched the Goth family in chapter 27, and her sister, Carina had her own encounter with Alexander Goth in X Marks the Spot.

Long story short, I’ve decided to go a completely different direction with The Lost Legacy than previously decided. It’s going to take me awhile (since I’m reinstalling custom content and reinventing characters and aspects of Kass’s story), but I’ll be back soon. Bella’s story will be played out over the course of several mystery series all involving Kassiopeia Fullbright.