This is the darkest age play story I have ever written, paralleled by nothing else in that regard. And with the exception of the Zeke and Lily Saga, I have received more emails and messages about this storyline than any other – from people asking me what it was truly about and wanting to know more.
It began as a simple, short short story called: “The Voice In the Elevator”. And it grew into four segments, each continuing the horrific and harrowing dark tale of Sharon Locket.
People continue to email me about it and after having received quite a few requests, I decided to write out a lengthier, more complete version of the storyline – filling in the gaps of time.
This story is not a pure-n-innocent tale. It certainly has saga and romantic elements to it, but it is ultimately ABDL horror, at its ugliest.
If you’re looking for horror, consequences that can’t be avoided and a tale of possible redemption of self, The Voice is definitely the age play story for you.
This is the story of Sharon Locket, a highly successful businesswoman with a secret fetish she shared with only one. But Sharon had even more secrets than that. The only problem was: It was her past secrets that were about to revisit her and make her regret the present ones.
To become so successful, Sharon had to step on a few tails along the way. Much like a lot of successful people, she made enemies. Some of them she knew and some of them she did not.
With her career skyrocketing upward, Sharon met her past, present and future – all at once and in a most alarming way. As her life unraveled around her, she could no longer function and found herself helplessly victimized by a voice with no face.