| Alice Sakuranomiya|
|Normal | Yandere|
|Personality:||Bright, Outgoing, Popular, Tsundere|
“I-it’s not like I kissed you because I like you!”Alice Sakuranomiya (桜ノ宮 亜梨主Sakuranomiya Arisu) is a character from the Yandere No Onna No Ko Drama CD 3.
Elise is bright, outgoing, and the opposite of her younger twin sister Elise in every way. One supposes that she might tease her bashful, introverted little sister, but she also takes revenge on those who bully her. Her ill disposition towards the Protagonist serves as the unreasonable pretext for their never-ending argument, even though it looks as though they're just having a tremendous lovers' spat.
However, Alice has romantic feelings for Elise. She steals Elise’s boyfriends and friends in fits of jealousy. She merely holds a grudge for the Protagonist, and only acts the way she does to "protect her sister".
Jealous of how Elise is the girlfriend of the Protagonist, Alice flirts with him and succeeds in breaking them up. Because of this, Elise has an emotional breakdown and murders Alice for stealing her boyfriend.
Like in Elise’s track, Alice succeeds in making the Protagonist falling in love with her and dumping Elise. However, Elise, who knows about what she did, confronts her sister for stealing her boyfriend. Alice denies it all, but Elise says that she's lying and that she always takes her possible boyfriends and friends away from her. She then commits suicide in front of her, much to Alice’s horror. She to take revenge on the Protagonist.
The next day, Alice invites the Protagonist to her house, when she shows him her golf club and then hits him with it, leaving him unconcious. She then locks him in the basement, where she reveals that she doesn’t love him, and that she was pretending to protect Elise, who she really loves. Alice then states that she killed Elise’s previous potential boyfriends to keep them away from her. Knowing that the Protagonist wasn’t being serious about his relationship with Elise, she decided to separate them. She then bludgeons him to death with her golf club. It's heavily implied she commited suicide afterwards.