Lizbeth’s Lesbian Collection, Two Novels by Lizbeth Dusseau
Demise of the Diva, Lesbian S&M
Patrick Penny Investigations – brainchild of intrepid lesbian P.I.s Leslie Patrick and Robin Penny – takes on a really hot case: the murder of the notorious Diva Felicia Roman. The circumstances of the crime lead the pair on an excursion through the leatherdyke underground, where motives—and desires—run deep. But as Leslie and Robin soon find, every woman harbors her own closely guarded secret…
Can they free their jailed client, Betsy — Felicia’s last lover? She could be the killer… but so could Martha who’s been topping the insatiable Diva… or Remy, Martha’s jealous lover, or Zelda, their mysterious trampy friend, or even the intimidating leatherdyke Domme Jane Hugh, who may have the most to gain from Felicia’s demise. While Leslie and Robin unravel the mystery at the Victorian mansion on Roman Hill, sexual feelings between these former lovers are rekindled. Suddenly Leslie finds herself profoundly attracted by the S&M world that Robin loves — the one she’s so adamantly shunned.
Note: This work was previously published by Masquerade Books in 1995 under the title S&M Murders: Murder at Roman Hill by Elizabeth Oliver, aka Lizbeth Dusseau. It has been updated and re-edited, however, the plot and characters remain the same as in the original version.
Female lovers Cassidy and Peach quit the city for the summer, traveling north to The Edge, a B&B playground for sexually open-minded women, run by an experienced Female Dominant, Tasia.
Wanting Peach for herself, Tasia lures her from Cassidy. While the angry Cassidy waits for Peach to return to her, she finds her own dominant tendencies are brought from hiding as she’s seduced by the mysterious waif, Analise. Cruelly taking this innocent initiate through bondage, whipping, anal probing and other S&M tortures. Yet only the Midsummer Madness and a stunning confrontation with Tasia gives Cassidy the fulfillment she desires.
A fantasy of love and surrender, of twisted motives and crude sexual practices for readers who enjoy the sensuous extremes of lesbian sexuality.
(Masquerade Books edition of this title previously published under the penname Elizabeth Oliver)