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A Little April Fools by Haley Monroe


There’s a symbol for every friendship, something that reminds one friend of the other and always will. For some friends, it’s hearts or infinity signs. For other’s its wine corks or anchors. Once a friendship forms a symbol, it’s hard to look at the item without thinking of the other person, for the rest of your life.
For David, three leaf clovers would always remind him of his bond with his best friend Jade. He’d given her one the day they met, seven years ago, when she’d been crying in their High school’s courtyard. Since then he has fought his Dominant urges to turn her into his little play thing and locked her up, strictly in the friend zone.
Jade is a stubborn but sweet little brat, that always pushes against David’s control without even knowing he wants her in more ways than she could imagine.
When Jade gets the symbol of their friendship tattooed on her ass and tells the tattoo artist that it’s a symbol of luck and of love, David decides it’s past time to smash the walls and show Jade how good life could really be if she joined him in his bed and his heart, as his little submissive instead of his bratty best friend.

A Little April Fools A Little April Fools by Haley Monroe
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Title: A Little April Fools
Author: Haley Monroe

So let me put something out there before I start my review: I am an absolute fan of anything that Haley Monroe publishes. Why? Because her rendition of what a DD/lg relationship actually is takes away from the stigma that I still see around in society, which I'll admit, that before I educated myself, I held the same reservations as so many still have. I've read each and every one of her novels and fell in love with her characters as well as their story. David and Jade's story was very different from all the others I've read so far especially since these two have a history that dates back to almost 7-8 years when David found Jade crying underneath a tree in the school yard. Since that day they have been inseparable, their relationship represented by a three leaf clover that Jade decides to permanently place on her skin. However, David hides a secret that he's afraid will frighten Jade and ruin what they have.

I loved their relationship - what it represented, how it developed and how both are open to hear whatever it is they have to say. Compared to her other books, A Daddy for April Fools was much 'tamer' and the emphasis was more on how these two act around each other and how deeply they care about one another. I really did enjoy this story and since there wasn't as much eroticism, readers finally get a more in depth look at what the dynamic in DD/lg relationships look and feel like. I'm truly curious to see what else Haley Monroe has to offer with her next releases and what she will be spotlighting.

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