These are erotic written in the mid '90s by tooshoes about Supergirl.
Back then, there were a lot of good erotica, and you could usually find the diamonds in the rough by searching through the Celestial Reviews - a usenet publication by a tireless reader who read just about everything, and separated the wheat from the chaff. Every once in a while, someone new takes on the mantle, making it worth searching for buried treasure once again.
These seven stories have been converted from text to audio book form, and are narrated by Neospeech.
They can still be found in their original written form (along many other classic erotic stories) with the search engine:
Initially, many people survived the destruction of Krypton. The most famous survivor was Kal-El, who came to Earth to become a super-man. The other survivors lived on an asteroid colony from Krypton known as Argo City. But this colony had neither the resources or the support to survive indefinitely without it's home world. When the end was near, a loving father named Zor-El sent his seventeen year old daughter Kara, the last daughter of Krypton, on a long journey across the void of space to Earth, to become a super-girl.
Kara's rebirth came with much pain. The young woman had lost everyone she'd ever loved. She needed to put her old life behind her, including her language and her culture.
But with the help of Superman, Kara started her new life as Linda Lee, a college student at Metropolis University. Linda's roommate, Mary, looked past Kara's foreign ways, and was the best friend Linda could hope for. And the affections of one man boosted her confidence and sense of self-worth -- her most important power of all.
SG2: My Heart of Steel is like Putty in Your Hands
Linda Lee was now a sophomore in college, and she had pretty much gotten her life together by now. So why did she fall head over heels for Sam, a low-life criminal, who was bad for her in just about every way? Linda discovered that her powers were strongly tied to her emotions, and loving Sam left her empty and powerless.
But the "girl of steel" was also powerless to stop loving him, despite urgent pleas from her friends, who only wanted to save her from the path to self-destruction she was on. Ultimately, Linda chose to leave Sam, but the only person who could free her from her love was Sam himself.
SG3: Supergirl Breaks the Mold
College is a time for trying new things. For learning to be assertive. For upsetting the powers that be.
Linda's did all that in her junior year. Frustrated by her romantic relationships with men, she turned to female companionship. She and her friend Carol moved off campus, where they could explore their love for each other, in all it's forbidden splendor.
But what she did publicly, in her alter-ego as Supergirl, was what got her in trouble. Super-heroes were expected to be role models, yet this "blonde blockbuster" openly expressed her sexuality. Super-heroes were expected to support the law and the police, but when the police confronted a commune of Cuban refugees, Supergirl sided with the refugees. Supergirl didn't appreciate that these weren't just expectations of her; they were demands.
Armed with kryptonite and covert intelligence, an agent named Andrew successfully captured the heroine when she was most vulnerable. But Linda won his compassion and trust, and he let her go with just a warning that even superheroes are subject to the law.
SG4: Frisking The Cat
After graduation, Linda better appreciated the life she had in college. She missed the financial security, now that she could barely afford her home. She missed her friends and the fun, now that she lived in the dog-eat-dog corporate world. She missed the sex, now that she had a libido that wouldn't quit.
But after throwing caution to the wind and accepting a job offer by Andrew, she soon had all the money, friends and sex she could handle.
Andrew hired the "maid of might" to work as a kind of superhero-for-hire, for which she would be rewarded handsomely. Her first assignment was to capture the notorious Gotham cat burglar known as Selina Kyle -- the Catwoman.
It never occurred to Linda that she was a pawn in a game, played by both Andrew and Selina, whose relationship was much more complicated than Andrew let on. Supergirl fell into a trap set by Catwoman and her henchmen, where Supergirl was forced to confront her own raw sexuality. These sexual "tortures" left her sated, but ashamed and powerless.
As she considered her "revenge", she was amazed to discover a power that she never knew she had. She could express her thoughts and her feelings without ever saying a word. She had a form of one-way telepathy, which she experimented with first on her cat, Calvin, and then on an old friend from college.
And finally on Andrew and Selina, as Linda repaid her boss and the human feline for all they had done for her.
Her adventures with the Catwoman demonstrated to Supergirl that she needed to find a new outlet for her growing sexual appetite, so she worked at night as an exotic dancer at the Kindling Klub. It turned out, she was a natural stripper, and if she felt free to admit it, she'd probably even say that she'd found her calling. Her combination of beauty, daring and telepathic expression made her irresistible to both men and women.
And especially to vampires. Jim was a bouncer at the Kindling Klub. He used his job as a cover for his blood-sucking activities. There he could keep an eye on the police, who frequented the club, and if they were on his trail, he'd be the first to know. But more importantly, he kept an eye on the super-star stripper, who posed the greatest threat to him, and who made him feel more alive than he had ever felt before. He never knew what hit him when he fell in love, and he knew that Linda was falling for him, too.
But love for a vampire was a very dangerous and lustful thing. Linda put her trust in him, and for that, she very nearly paid with her life.
SG6: Under Their Thumbs
Linda awoke in the hospital after Jim had left her for dead in a dark alley, and she found that her life was not her own, anymore.
The media got wind of what happened between the hero and the vampire, and her life and her many indiscretions were in the spotlight.
All the men in her life ganged up on her and tried to reel the wayward woman into a safer lifestyle more befitting a super-hero.
Instinctively, she rebelled by allowing an incident on a high school football field get very revealing, and the full exposure was captured on film. Then later, at the Kindling Klub, she dragged Clark down into her debauchery with her. She never intended for things to get so out of hand. She just *knew* her reputation was shot, and that America would shun her.
But she was shocked by the media reaction. Her nude image made every news clip and headline, as public curiosity of the sexy super-girl soared. Suddenly, she was more popular and controversial than ever.
SG7: Supergirl doesn't know if she's coming or going, when a witch named Zatanna puts her under a spell in "Somewhere On The Circle Of Life." This was the last story in the series. But any sexual adventures after this one would seem, well, anti-climactic.