Isabelle Jasmine is like most children of the affluent West End spoiled beyond all reason raised as she is used to getting everything she points at. This of course means that she has a fervent belief that she can do whatever she wants and that her parents can get her out of any awkward, unlawful or uncomfortable situation. But she is not stupid and she plays on her parents’ feelings as a world famous musician on an instrument . This has of course led to them finding it inconceivable that their innocent little daughter can make even the smallest mistake in life.
Isabelle Jasmine knows all too well about her mother’s almost hysterical struggle to keep the family’s facade free of cracks of any sort. The choice of boyfriend is therefore no surprise to someone who has lived a life among the bourgeois elite. Isabelle Jasmines choice of boyfriend, the street vendor Tormod Frietzgaard, could not have put her mother in more embarrassment. Bad enough that the boy is from that provincial town on the west coast, he earns a living by selling self -produced jewellery and drawings on the street. The fact that he is neither an accomplished jewellery maker nor a very good artist does not make matter much better.
Isabelle Jasmine belongs as her mother to the regular patrons at Moxie’s and are usually to be found there along with her friend Madeleine Michelle Røed-Stockman after school. Like their mothers they sip their lattes bad mouthing everyone and everything. Sometimes they try to start a little argument with Laura’s waitress Caroline Synnøve Rod Sildreviik, but Caroline is of country stock as Laura herself and can handle the the children of the bourgeois elite blindfolded with her right arm on her back so Isabelle Jasmine and Madeleine Michelle is usually left with egg on their faces.