No fate but what we make.
" I'll tell you the ultimate secret of magic. Any cunt could do it." - John Constantine
This is the reason I will forever love Phineas and Ferb.
In two minutes they (accurately) sums up the entire story of rock. That is amazing.
Also, apart from having a decently pretty face she's actually quite lacking in traits that could, in any way, be considered of sexual nature. For one, she's muscularly toned, something which can very easily put someone off. She even comments on that.
She's also short and has a small chest size.
@Arrow: To clarify, the concept of fate and destiny definitely exists within written stories because it's all written out linearly, and things can only play out one (or one of several, in some games) way(s). So yes, your characters are tied to certain paths and have to follow them no matter what; they cannot escape their destiny.
However 90% of the time I've encountered fate/destiny in a story, it's merely used as an excuse to make something happen. That tells me that you could think of literally no other legitimate reason to make something happen than you wanted it to happen, or you thought it should. Which of course, is lazy writing at its finest.
Mostly that. Yet another character designed from the ground up to appeal to romantic/sexual (okay more romantic in her case, my apologies) interests. If you haven't guessed already, sexual appeal is, to me, the lowest and laziest form of appeal you can use. Romantic is considerably more profound, but it still doesn't give her character IMO.