Don has been hooked on sexy super heroines since the day he watched Frau Fausta Grables chloroform and capture Wonder Woman on TV. It was a simple step from there into super heroines in peril stories. Now he writes his own characters, and it having the time of his life doing so.
Victory Girl: No Small Victoryby Don Ship
Victoria Colt is young, beautiful, and one of America's favorite morning talk hosts. She is also secretly a Alpha Meta, called an Amazon by most, but hasn't chosen to fight crime as a costumed super heroine like so many of her sisters. In fact, there is one particular super heroine that she despises above all
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A fierce, gritty super heroine in peril story!
Victoria Colt is young, beautiful, and one of America's favorite morning talk hosts. She is also secretly a Alpha Meta, called an Amazon by most, but hasn't chosen to fight crime as a costumed super heroine like so many of her sisters. In fact, there is one particular super heroine that she despises above all else — Justice Girl!
They are both tall, shapely blondes, and when she dons a "Justice Girl" costume, Victoria is indistinguishable for that legendary and much beloved super heroine. Calling herself Victory Girl, she goes out at night in costume with no other purpose but to destroy Justice Girl and/or her sterling reputation. And sometimes, Victory Girl likes to lay traps for her nemesis.
Warning: This is a very explicit super heroine in peril story. It is action oriented, with an emphasis on fighting/violence. Sex, bondage, and domination are also within this story.
Leaping into the air, she quickly formed a faint bubble of lightning around herself. If anyone was watching, they’d just see a faint glittering rise up into the night sky. Soon she was a thousand feet high and gave the lightning ball some juice. Before long she was streaking over the center of the city.
Pressing a button on her mask, she looked around with infrared. She quickly found Justice Girl about a hundred feet above a warehouse district near the docks. Victory Girl smiled to see her hated prey intent on the ground below and oblivious to the threat above.
Victory Girl pushed herself toward Justice Girl, slowly increasing her speed. Her blood was pumping, a vicious smile spread across her beautiful masked face. She’d been planning this evening for weeks. Now was the moment of truth.
“Victory!” she cried.
Justice Girl suddenly looked up, startled. Victory Girl poured power into her lightning ball, taking it to full power. Thunder ripped the night sky as she smashed into Justice Girl’s hastily powered up lightning ball. Then Victory Girl bounced off Justice Girl’s ball, and flew off low over the city. She glanced back. Justice Girl recovered quickly and was following.
“I bet she’s really pissed now.”
She reached the red light district in less that twenty seconds and dropped down into an alley. A second later she entered an unlocked door and locked it behind her. Victory Girl was only halfway down the hallway when the door exploded and Justice Girl rushed in behind her.
“Halt!” Justice Girl cried in a commanding voice. “Stop, Victory Girl! You can’t escape me this time.”
“Watch me, Justice Jugs,” Victory Girl called tauntingly. She heard the city’s most beloved Super Heroine scream in barely controlled rage. “Give it up and leave me alone, Jugs. You’re no match for me.”
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