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Vampires are often written as this kind of character, as a way to romanticize an otherwise disturbing creature.
But at other times—and this is Truth in Television more often than not—Alice never succeeds in reforming her beloved, not even if she sacrifices to the point of death.
Oftentimes, to highlight their signature brooding aura, a Byronic hero will be compared with creatures that have dark, supernatural connotations, with demons, ghosts, and of course, vampires, all being popular choices.
Love Tropes are often involved with this character, but almost always in a very cynical, existential way.
Alice is fully aware of Bob's faults but willingly endures the insults and troubles he dishes out because she believes her unconditional love is strong enough for both of them and/or will eventually reform Bob.
What separates the Love Martyr from the Mad Lover is that, in this case, Bob and Alice in a relationship, albeit a twisted one, and the love is ostensibly mutual, but he pays so little attention to her needs that his "love" for her verges on Informed Ability.
When the martyr is a girl and her beloved is a troubled boy, this is often All Girls Want Bad Boys taken to extremes.