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Publisher's Summary

Edward has never met anyone quite like Mason.
Mason isn't looking for Mr. Right...he isn't even looking for Mr. Right-Now. What he wants in a man isn't going to be found on a blind date or at a singles mixer. Because he's looking for someone a little more unique...a little more take charge...a little more loving.
Edward is straightforward, logical, and thinks of himself as traditional...not vanilla, just traditional. When he meets Mason, sparks fly. When whispered confessions reveal secret desires, will Edward embrace Mason's needs or will his secret prove to be too much?
Story contains M/M sexual content, age play, diapers, and ABDL themes.
©2016 M.A. Innes (P)2017 M.A. Innes
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5 out of 5 stars
By Erryn Barratt on 09-05-17

A Great Age Play Listen

Would you consider the audio edition of Secrets in the Dark to be better than the print version?

Please bear with me - I didn't choose these questions. My actual review is at the end, so please keep reading.

Is the audio edition better than the print version. I have no idea since I don't have the print version. Since I only buy and listen to audiobooks, I guess this is an automatic yes.

What other book might you compare Secrets in the Dark to and why?

This is my first age play, so, uh, I have no idea.

Which scene was your favorite?

The scene in the restaurant when Edward and Mason first meet.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Their first date as Daddy/boy.

Any additional comments?

Here is the review I prepared:

Your Kink is not my Kink (YKINMK).

If you keep that in mind, this is a fun book about age play.

I love the slow burn between the two main characters. They accidentally meet at a singles’ mixer but they connect. Mason feels safe enough to admit he’s looking for a Daddy, assuming he will never see Edward again.

Edward has other ideas, though. He tracks Mason down and expresses interest.
Both are men who are lonely. One is looking for someone to take care of him and one is looking forward to caring for someone in a deep and intimate way.

What I love about this book is the amount of thought that goes into this relationship. Edward consults with a professional; Mason has his best friend who is there as a sounding board. Anyone in BDSM should have someone safe to share with.

Then there are the negotiations. Again, often that step is missing in relationships in books. It could have been dry and boring, but Innes did a great job of making the discussions funny and endearing. These are two lost souls finding each other.

Some readers may get squicky at the extent of the age play – it goes all the way – but the relationship between these two men, to me, supersedes anything questionable. These are consenting adults.

Kenneth Obi did a great job as narrator – voices were well differentiated and the book was well done.

I enjoyed it. Not my kink, but a sweet read.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Esther A on 09-13-17

Good Age Play Story

What made the experience of listening to Secrets in the Dark the most enjoyable?

The narrator overall was good in how he differentiated from character to character.

What did you like best about this story?

The age play I feel was very well presented in the overall story.

Which character – as performed by Kenneth Obi – was your favorite?

Edward was definitely my favorite especially the influxes between when he was more formal and then sometimes more casual depending on the current situation in the story.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes, I would have liked to have listened all in one sitting.

Any additional comments?

Overall it was a great story and I really like how Mason and Edward met. I found it to be a very original storyline and a good representation of an age play relationship.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Jackie Thorogood on 07-02-17

Loved listening to this book

Edward is little vanilla,almost!! Mason more open about what he wants.
So begins their story Narrated by the lovely voice of Kenneth Obi who drew into the story almost like they were there partaking. This is an age play book, I must say that I do like these kind of books. Mason needed something that only Edward could give him.
Again M A Innes story grabs you,
If you like age play this is the book for. So beautifully written well narrated by Kenneth Obi

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5 out of 5 stars
By Debbie on 04-26-18

Have read the book and this is just as good

What made the experience of listening to Secrets in the Dark the most enjoyable?

Kenneth obi really brought this book to life, I really enjoyed the book and listening to it brought the whole thing to life. as Others have stated the difference in voice was really good.

What did you like best about this story?

I enjoy reading age play and especially ABDL books and no one does this better then M.A. Innes, this story for me is two fold firstly you have Mason who is wants a daddy and has never been able to find one and live as a little, and then you have Edward who is vanilla and has never thought of kink until he meets Mason. Together they embark on a relationship of discovery of their roles. This is a really sweet book.

What about Kenneth Obi’s performance did you like?

As already stated Kenneth has done a fantastic job of bringing both charaters to life, the voices he uses for each character are really good and suit the specific character, and were different so it was easy to tell who was “speaking”

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Definitely and didnt want it to end, I was so engrossed that I didn’t realise that it was coming to the end of the book despite having read the book a number of times.

Any additional comments?

this was fantastic and I can see myself listening to it often

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