International Worlds Museum: Metamorphose

Rand Cooper had no idea how his life had become so complicated. Suddenly, Elwynn Ravensdale, who had been the consummate pain in Rand's arse, was extremely attractive--especially his arse. If that wasn't enough, his teenaged charges were acting cagey and secretive. Worse than all of that, Wynn had an attachment to some woman, a very pretty woman, but a woman nonetheless. And there was a baby involved.

Where were the days when hostile otherworldly visitors were all that he had to worry about?


Published: 08/2012
Length: Mid Novel
Word Count: 69,430
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Rating: Erotica, Menage a trois.
Available formats: PDF, RTF, Epub, HTML, Mobipocket (.prc)


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International Worlds Museum:
J.J. Massa


© Copyright by J.J. Massa, August 2012
© Cover Art by Eliza Black, August 2012
ISBN 978-1-60394-718-3
New Concepts Publishing
Lake Park, GA 31636


This is a work of fiction. All characters, events, and places are of the author's imagination and not to be confused with fact. Any resemblance to living persons or events is merely coincidence.


“Ellen, hurry up!” Wynn urged his twin sister, trying not to let gnawing worry make him impatient. Something was coming, he knew it. He always knew when the worst was about to happy. Why wouldn't she hurry? “I’ll call Rand when we get on the road, but we should hurry. It’s getting dark.”

A tiny hand reached for his lower lip. “Da!” the baby voice announced happily. “Da!”

Distracted by the little heartbreaker, Wynn observed, “I’m quite sure that four months is remarkably early for you to be making that sound. Don’t you think so, Livia?” He turned to the young woman busily attempting to pile a mass of curly hair into a loose bun. “Do you think he’s calling me Da?”

“You’re the one who’s read all those baby books, Wynn. All I know for sure is that this little guy is the best baby on the planet.” She leaned in and kissed the cooing baby’s forehead. “I’m going to run across the street and get some extra diapers. See if you can’t get his mommy in the car and I’ll meet you there, okay?”

“Brilliant,” Wynn grinned, watching her hips sway as she made her way out the door. He was a nervous wreck and his sister dragging her heels wasn’t helping any. Still, Olivia Keane—Livia to her friends—had the power to arrest his attention like nobody else…well, almost nobody else. He was certain he was in love with her. If only he knew how she really felt about him. Was it normal to love like he did? How many people could he be in love with at one time?

Maybe it’s better if I don’t. Two cases of simultaneous unrequited love would be more than I can juggle on top of all of this. Friendship is the safer bet.

Livia was younger than he and Ellen by three years, though she was remarkably intelligent. She and Ellen had worked together during college, ending up flat mates. They had gone on to travel the world together. Wynn never knew what it was they were seeking, but had been thrilled when the two women spontaneously decided to settle in Los Angeles with him. Ellen’s pregnancy had been quite a shock.

No more pretending my sister is sweet and innocent. Then again…she is my sister. The moment she'd told him though, he'd felt a prickle of dread crawl up his spine, completely unrelated to the fact that she was single and there was no father in sight.

“Ellen! We have to hurry, before it’s too late,” he shouted, working to keep his voice steady.

It was only a matter of time before the baby’s father realized the potential he could wring from his child. Wynn had only just realized it himself. If only Ellen had been more forthcoming when she'd had the baby. They needed to get out. Go somewhere safe—if there was such a place.