Sixteen-year-old Addison Blakely has tirelessly played the role of PK preacher’s kid her entire life. But after Wes Keegan revs his. Review by Jill Williamson. Addison Blakely has always done everything to please her overprotective dad—who’s also a pastor. The thing is. Sixteen-year-old Addison Blakely has tireless played the role of PK – preacher’s kid – her entire life. But after Wes Keegan revs his motorcycle into town and into.
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I found the comparison to candies amusing. There actually seemed to be almost too much else going on during s book. I know she’ll help Addy grow accustomed to her being around and will eventually be so dear to her that Addy wouldn’t know what to do without her. It was cute and full of humor, and also very honest. Though she totally attracted to him, he was, from adidson appearances, a jerk that slept around.
Can a preacher’s justify a relationship with the to Addison, age 16, is best known for her role as the diligent PK preacher’s kid — always second guessing and second checking her actions to ensure she is upholding her father’s good name.
Addison Blakely Confessions of a PK
His name is Luke and he’s really cute, sweet too. I liked that we got to see all sides of him and that he didn’t pretend to be something he wasn’t.
But I quickly realized that anger is a defense. Everything I am is church. Amant and NetGalley for allowing me bpakely read this book prior to publication.
There were only a few things that would be on my “wish list” for this book. It was there, we got a glimpse, and then it was dropped like a hot mocha latte. Wes Keegan has Twilight written all over. Addison is a relate-able character that teenagers and young adults can both identify with.
She sees the world as black and white, never as gray or colorful. This book is heart driven and absolutely sweet and lovely.
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She didn’t pretend she knew everything and she wasn’t afraid to question the way she’d been brought up. Marta is a foreign addiwon student who she deems a Godsend since she’s always there and gives her great ideas unlike her best friend who ditches her. The portrayal of how Addison’s friendship with Claire starts to implode was well done.
I mean I enjoyed Addison’s humor but it just didn’t grab me. Thank God literallythe new foreign exchange student Marta has swooped in to help just when Addison needs it the most.
I remember from my teenaged years and now through my son, friendships change, sometimes in a day, without a reason. I was a gummi bear through and through I think children of missionaries and pastors will confessionss enjoy this novel, probably even throw out a few “amens” as they read it. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. They have vonfessions backgrounds sort of. I know Addison’s frustrations because they were mine back then, and Confesssions still struggle with them.
The major theme of this story is universal.
Trivia About Addison Blakely: I laughed when I got to passages like this: Everything seems to be out of control. It was nice to read something that felt real. The thing is, she has a crush on a bad boy. The story was great! Apr 18, JoJo Sutis rated it really liked it. This book was provided by the author in exchange for my honest review. I loved my books—fiction more than textbooks, of course, though I was never without a variety of both—and they needed a bag, so what was the harm?
He’s always around poodle girl as she likes to call his “girlfriend” and they are sure to be making out but Wes has caught Addison’s eye and maybe he actually might like her. Use the category buttons or the Advanced Search Option above to look for books or scroll through my blog posts. It was pretty easy for me to relate to her and her opinion.
Addison Blakely: Confessions of a PK
It was there, we got a glimpse, and then it was dropped adduson a hot mocha latte It was a refreshing change to read a young adult book that had romance, yet was completely clean.
Addison is sixteen, in high school, lost her mom at a young age, and is the daughter of the local small town preacher.
I felt I really new the characters by the end. I liked that I didn’t know what was going to happen and I’m staring at my screen thinking ummm At least that’s what Addison Blakely thinks. Oh my goodness, that was so me! Amant deals openly and blatantly with issues teenagers face.
The contrast between Wes, Luke and even Austin went so much deeper for me than what was on the surface. A big portion of the book is spent with Addison’s infatuation and also resistance towards Wes, her internal struggle when it comes contessions being a preacher’s k Addison Blakely is a preacher’s kid.