Betina Lilibet

Candy shop owner, later owner of The Vampire's Feast. Brothel Madam?

It has to be admitted than Betina Lilibet, proprietor of Betina Lilibet's House of Sin, has a vested commercial interest in chocolate. And icecream. And marzipan. And icing sugar. And toffee. And fudge. [NoP Ch6]

Hodokyo De, the intersection encumbered by this brutal mass of overhanging metal, was the point at which Qin Sistock Maruka and Palching Lindus met the Alkaline Bill. This major intersection was the site of several important buildings, including the Tilnus Building (notable for its famous facade, and notable also for the fact that it stood next to Betina Lilibet's House of Sin) and the Haridjakarta Moskovola.

[WoH Ch8]

With Atlanta following, Gorkindachina headed straight for Betina Lilibet's House of Sin, as if summoned by the red light burning above the door. Gorkindachina pushed open the door, and was met by a woman in a low-cut dress who was showing an immense amount of bosom.
'What will it be, loves?' [WoH Ch15]

The Vampire's Feast was then under new management, having been taken over by Betina Lilibet, the proprietor of that notoriously seductive cake and icecream emporium known as Betina Lilibet's House of Sin. The name of the place was still the same, but everything else had changed since Panjalo's last visit.
Thanks to Betina's endeavors, the Vampire's Feast had been painted in soft pastel colors. There were lace cloths on the table, and a well-mannered waitress brought hot towels to the incoming guests. [NoP Ch12]

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