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== History ==
 
== History ==
''The Goddess and The Princess'' is one of the earliest novel-length pieces written within the [https://british-paradise-islands.fandom.com/wiki/Two_Paradises_fantasy/fiction_realm#Paradise_Two Paradise Two] domain, having reached a complete draft in 1995 (the same year in which it takes place). Author Comet meant it as a kind of end bracket to the Lady Susie arc, which began with the novels [[The Seduction of Susie|''The Seduction of Susie'']] and ''[[Night on the Town, novel|Night on the Town]]''.
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''The Goddess and The Princess'' is one of the earliest novel-length pieces written within the [[Paradise Two]] domain, having reached a complete draft in 1995 (the same year in which it takes place). Author Comet meant it as a kind of end bracket to the Lady Susie arc, which began with the novels [[The Seduction of Susie|''The Seduction of Susie'']] and ''[[Night on the Town, novel|Night on the Town]]''.
   
The story is notable for its scenes of unrestrained lesbian sex, portraying a rarely-seen [https://british-paradise-islands.fandom.com/wiki/The_Decency_Statutes,_law_code_in_the_British_Paradise_Islands#E._Behaviour_of_a_homosexual_nature underbelly of Paradisian culture], a marked contrast to the more restrained, more affectionate, and less-potent experiences Lady Susie has known till now. It represents a wake-up call for the character, who crosses a boundary of knowledge and experience over which she shall never retreat unscathed.
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The story is notable for its scenes of unrestrained lesbian sex, portraying a rarely-seen underbelly of Paradisian culture, a marked contrast to the more restrained, more affectionate, and less-potent experiences Lady Susie has known till now. It represents a wake-up call for the character, who crosses a boundary of knowledge and experience over which she shall never retreat unscathed.
   
 
== Plot summary ==
 
== Plot summary ==
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