Robin Hawkins is down on his luck. His relationship with his wife, Sally, is stagnating, and his daughter, Melody, no longer speaks to him. Stuck in an unsatisfying and draining job, Robin's life is one long, monotonous slog... Until he meets the mysterious girl of his dreams in the middle of the night, Bell. However, there is far more to Bell than meets the eye - and Robin's 'dreams' are fast in danger of becoming 'nightmares'.
- And I Must Scream: At the end, Bell reveals that Robin's daughter Melody was aware of what was happening while Bell was controlling her...
- Aren't You Going to Ravish Me?: jokingly said by Bell at the beginning of the game.
- Cat Girl: Bell
- Cats Are Mean: In the flashback, Bell, the cat belonging to Robin's great-aunt would bite and scratch at him. This also applies to Bell as a catgirl as she grows more selfish and cruel.
- Crazy Cat Lady: The protagonist's great-aunt is described like this, albeit in a more tragic way than usual for the trope.
- Cruel Twist Ending: Bell has permanently possessed Robin's daughter Melody, and Robin is probably stuck with her forever.
- Driven to Suicide: Melody recently tried to commit suicide, but was unsuccessful.
- Kinetic Novel
- Manic Pixie Dream Girl: Bell, at first.
- Parental Neglect: Robin hasn't even had a proper conversation with his daughter Melody in months. It's so bad he doesn't even realize that Bell is using her body until it's too late.
- Questionable Consent: Bell kisses Robin when he explicitly doesn't want her to, but feels conflicted because he enjoys the feeling of kissing Bell. Eventually, Bell all but corners Robin in the park and has sex with him, despite his initial reluctance he goes along with it.
- Surprise Incest: It turns out that Bell had possessed Melody's body... and then seduced Robin, her father. To his horror.