Secrets in the Dark

  • by M.A. Innes
  • Narrated by Kenneth Obi
  • 5 hrs and 40 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

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.


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A sweet exploration of kink- was not expecting too

The narration was good, at first I thought the narrator had an annoying voice but once I realized it was just Mason's childlike shy demeanor I felt it fit him very well. Kenneth Obi has a good range of voices and his performance was great!

Mason is a young man roped into a singles mixer by his friend when one her company was one man short. In a dining in the dark restaurant his is thoroughly bored with his assigned date and a sexy voice from one of the tables next to his keeps distracting him. Edward is amused by the flighty boy in the table next to his making mess of his bling date but when Mason's date ditches him after he does not even pretend to pay attention to him they start talking. In the dark, secrets are easy to say, and Mason indulges the sext voiced man with his darkest fantasy and sexual need- to have a daddy to take care of him and be treated like a precious child. Edward is aroused and intrigued by this new world he did not even knew existed and the next day after doing some research, contacts Mason with a proposition.

I am not really in to the alternative life style and especially the more unusual kinks, therefore I did not believe I would enjoy it beyond the eroticism but I was proven wrong! To me Daddy kink, age play and ABDL are quite foreign and extreme so I liked the fact that the relationship itself was gentle, respectful and kind. I believe that balance is key in a book, and this one had a very good sense of balance between the kinky and the "normal". I also think that for someone who is not into this life style, and that is not used to reading books about it that balance is so important. I was able to relate to the characters and learned a thing or two about the life style in a sweet romantic setting that did not try to shock or be the next "50 shades". They took it slow, Edward made sure to talk to Mason, research, consult people who lived the alternative life style and basically did was any good responsible person should in these situations. I liked that very much about this book, because it allowed me to read something I would never think about reading and enjoy.
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- Neta_BER

Secrets in the Dark

Where does Secrets in the Dark rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

I love the story, which I read prior to listening to the audiobook. The performance was good, but not as impressive as some others I've listened to. The narrator did hold my interest, though I didn't love his portrayal of Mason.

What does Kenneth Obi bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

I liked his version of Edward, for the most part. He also did a good job with the scenes where the characters felt more awkward. I could feel their discomfort and insecurity. I also enjoyed his portrayal of the secondary characters.

Any additional comments?

This is a sexy yet sweet age play story. I'd love to have more M.A. Innes titles available in audiobook.

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- HockeyfanT

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-16-2017
  • Publisher: M.A. Innes