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Bared. (A Green St. Girls Romance) by N.D. Jackson – Review by Lyndsey Fairley

Bared. (Green St. Girls #1)Bared. by N.D. Jackson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A promise made, but can she keep it? I liked this story and how much I connected to Athena in a way I didnt think I would.
What a great group of girls to have found and stuck together. I cant wait to see where this series goes!

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Bared. (A Green St. Girls Romance) by N.D. Jackson – Review by Robin Rankin

Bared. (Green St. Girls #1)Bared. by N.D. Jackson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Bared.: A Green St. Girls Romance by N.D Jackson

I have had the pleasure of reading Ms. Jackson in the past and throughly enjoyed what I have read Soni thought I would give this a try and I’m not sorry I did.

Athena had many good qualities but she frustrated me so many times that I wanted to smack her in the back of the head to maybe see if she would figure it out but luckily she had Gwyn and Indigo to help her along.

I can’t think of one negative thought I ever had of Tru.  He was honest maybe to a fault and took good care of his Mama which as a Mama is an important Trait.

There was a lot of angst and back and forth especially with Athena, but I don’t think it would have worked if she had been any different.

I enjoyed this book and looking forward to the next in the series.

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Bared. (A Green St. Girls Romance) by N.D. Jackson – Review by Michelle Mulvey

Bared. (Green St. Girls #1)Bared. by N.D. Jackson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Bared was a good 4 star read for me. Athena is such a strong character but sometimes she annoyed me. No matter what happened she kept trying to keep Tru at arms length. No
Matter how hard he tried and he did try hard, she had steel walls guarding her heart. Tru lets her into his personal life in hopes that Athena will open up and really try to give this a shot. Will Athena ever let her walls down and let Tru in ?
I thought this boom was well written and I loved the characters. I just felt like something was missing. I don’t know what but I just feel like I was looking for something else to happen. I’m looking forward to more in this series in the future.

review by @xchellex

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Bared by N.D. Jackson – Review by Angie Finley

Bared. (Green St. Girls #1)Bared. by N.D. Jackson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is a new author to me. And I look forward to reading more.
Athena is one of the Green Street Girls.
She’s beautiful, successful and doesn’t have love in the cards until Tru walks in to her bar.
Tru is a professional pool player and travels. He walks into Athena’s bar not expecting to meet the fiesty owner.
There is definitely chemistry between the two but Athena doesn’t want love!!
Will Tru change her mind?

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Bared. (A Green St. Girls Romance) by N.D. Jackson – Review by Kristine Solano-Witucky

Bared. (Green St. Girls #1)Bared. by N.D. Jackson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is the first book by N.D. Jackson that I have read. I am a HUGE fan of romance novels of every variety. There were some things that I could do without but the story of Athena and her past is so well written and when she meets TRU, she wants him and something starts to shift inside her. The characters are really great and Athena and Tru together are perfect. I can’t wait to read more from this Author.

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Bared. (A Green St. Girls Romance) by N.D. Jackson – Review by Angela Packard

Bared. (Green St. Girls #1)Bared. by N.D. Jackson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Green Street is where they came from. Charlie, Gwyn, Indigo and Athena. This is Athena’s story. Shoved out into the world, she made the most of it. She is a millionaire, has clubs all over; but she decides to do something different and open a pool hall. Sponsoring a pool tournament is where she meets him, Tru. Their chemistry is hot from the first moment. Athena wants him, but just for the sex in the short term. Can Tru capture her heart and make her want to keep him?
Athena is great, strong, and a very independent woman. I love stories with a strong heroine. They make me feel empowered. That I can do and conquer anything.

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Bared. (A Green St. Girls Romance) by N.D. Jackson – Review by Santana Hicks

Bared. (Green St. Girls #1)Bared. by N.D. Jackson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book really captured my interest. Once I started, I couldn’t put it down. Romance being the main element with drama, passion, darkness, tragedy and sex. It’s everything I look for in a romance novel.

Bared is about an emotionally broken woman named Athena who had a dark past making it very hard to open up to anyone who isn’t one of her few best friends. She then meets a pool player named Tru who also had trust issues. The passion between them was inevitable but was it strong enough to get past both their hardships?

The relationship between Athena and her two best friends was very authentic in my opinion. They bantered like I would with my own friends. I loved how the author wrote all of the characters, each with their own strengths and weaknesses. It was refreshing to read a romance that wasn’t super fairy tale like.

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Bared. by N.D. Jackson – Review by Amber Day

Bared. (Green St. Girls #1)Bared. by N.D. Jackson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Cute read

This is the first book by N.D. Jackson that I have read. It was an easy read, that I did enjoy. It starts off with a tragedy and a promise. It was interesting to see how Athena overcomes her past and opens her heart to the possibility of love. The story is beautiful. There were moments that made my heart cry. Tru was everything she needed and more. I love Athena and Tru together. I look forward to reading more stories from this world.

 

Reviewed by @awesomelyamber

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Bared. (A Green St. Girls Romance) by N.D. Jackson – Review by Jennifer Gordon

Bared. (Green St. Girls #1)Bared. by N.D. Jackson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I loved this heartwarming and at times heartbreaking story about friendship and finding love, a real page turner of a contemporary romance. The storyline follows four girls who are known as ‘The Green Street Girls’, they include Charlie, Gwyn, Indigo and Athena. Each girl has their own story but they have all been sent away and were left alone in the world until they found each other and have supported one another ever since. This story centred on Athena who has a devastating backstory but who despite this is now a millionaire at twenty one and owns a pool hall. It’s at the pool hall where she first meets Tru, when he walked in as though he owned the place! She first noticed his confident walk and his killer smile and she thought he would be good for a fling but definitely not someone for any long term commitment. However, she soon starts to fall in love with him and hopes that he is also up for a more permanent relationship.

I loved the characters, especially the four girls and their friendship really came across in the writing, and I look forward to reading each ones own story in this series. Athena is very likeable and relatable and I really felt for her and could understand why she had built up walls to protect herself until Tru came along. The chemistry between them sizzled off the page and led to some steamy scenes. They were great together and I was cheering them on hoping they would get their happy ever after. I was hooked from the start and thought this was an enjoyable and engaging read and a great start to the series.

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Bared. (A Green St. Girls Romance) by N.D. Jackson – Review by Rachel Moss

Bared. (Green St. Girls #1)Bared. by N.D. Jackson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Bared was an ok read. I really wanted to love this book better than I did. The synopsis sounded great and I thought it would be incredible. Maybe it was just an off reading day but this book didn’t capture my attention at all. I never felt drawn in, to the stories or the characters. It was entertaining, just didn’t hold my attention. I hate that I didn’t love this book like I wanted to. I’m going to give it 4 stars though I didn’t hate it. It was just very eh to me. It was well written and had a great premise I just really think I had an off reading day. Maybe I’ll enjoy the next book in this series better!

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