In my story, which I have talked about before on here before. Now that I have made a lot of changes, I was wondering how the villain should be portrayed in this way... She is a serial rapist/killer and the reason of how she came to be that way, is because she is lonely and treated inferior by men all her life growing up, to the point where she snapped. There could be more to it as well, but since her character is more mysterious, the entire backstory is not disclosed to the reader, like many villains. But she targets men she cannot get, who reject her. So basically she will do all she can to get a guy, fail, then that sets her off, to target him. But I am sure how to write her failed attempts. When it comes to a woman getting a man, they do not have to try very hard to get a man interested. I am not saying that to stereotype, but it's kind of true to a large degree. If a woman goes to a night club, and asks any guy to come back to her place, I bet she would have not go through more than five, that capture her interest, for example. So with this in mind, does anyone have any ideas as to how can I write it so that she fails in a plausible way, in which the reader will buy into it, for when she reaches her breaking point?