Selina sped up along the way from her room to the staircase that led down to the main entrance hall of the manor. When she had almost reached the stairs, she noticed the other woman who was approaching from the other side at a rapid pace.
Talia had somehow managed to get past Andrea. The two women stopped to glare at each other. They then suddenly rushed down the stairs, almost running, only to halt when they heard sounds of conversation and gales of laughter coming from the direction of front
door. Selina and Talia both grumbled at the sight in front of them.
One of Bruce's other wives was already greeting the guests. It was Diana Wayne of Themyscira who was now chatting with Dick's wives among which was her sister Donna. Diana had initially started courting Superman after the legalization of polygamy, but the Man
of Steel had retreated his advances after an interference from his wife Lois who had feared she would loose her position as Superman's number one wife. When her courtship with Bruce had started, Clark had tried to offer Diana a position as his mistress, but
the Amazon didn't want to have anything to do anymore with a man that was so easily whipped.
Besides she liked sharing Wayne Manor with so many sister-wives, who in her opinion would have made excellent Amazons. Living here reminded her of her native Paradise Island. Plus there was the advantage of sharing a bed with very talented partners. As an Amazon,
Diana was an expert in pleasuring her sisters. In return they taught her how to better pleasure their husband.
Selina and Talia seethed. They really did like Diana, but the princess was often oblivious to their competition and ended up interfering unknowingly. It also didn't help that she was the only person in the household who was physically stronger than Bruce, meaning
that once she was set on doing something there was no one who could hold her back.
They noticed that Dick wasn't participating in the conversation his wives had engaged with Diana. It was the ideal occasion to please Bruce by being nice with his first (adopted) son.