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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There’s so many things going on in this book. Apr 04, Chrissy added it. Confessions of a PK is a surprising and nice shock to me, because I don’t read this types of book very often. The burden of carrying such a label is difficult. All in all, I enjoyed this book. A big portion of the book is spent with Addison’s infatuation and also resistance towards Wes, her internal struggle when it comes to being a preacher’s kid, and living with this label.
The portrayal of how Addison’s friendship with Claire starts to implode was well done. I did enjoy the segment in which Addison forced herself to really look at her lifestyle, acknowledging that perhaps she has only been going through the motions as a preacher’s kid rather than letting the natural outflowing of her beliefs affect her life. Sixteen-year-old Addison Blakely has tireless played the role of PK–preacher’s kid–her entire life.
And the more her dad ignores her, the more she wants to chase after something she wants. But with God everything is easy except when you get into the details.
By the end of the book, the author does a magnificent job of leaving ALL of the characters in a place where they are free to make their own choices, much as we all have free will to choose in regards to our personal spiritual journeys. The book held my attention throughout. I confess again, I also have slight but not really negative fixed idea of people like Addison. But she’s nice and sweet as Gummi Bear too. She questions and pushes to see where it will all lead.
Blakelly 12, at 2: Addison lives the life expected of a small-town Preacher’s Kid: She didn’t pretend she confessikns everything and she wasn’t afraid to question the way she’d been brought up. 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. Anyway, he was pretty nice. Sep 20, Ally rated it really liked it.
I think this novel was better than I had expected, but it did feel very young. It’s not love, but it’s not hate.
Addison Blakely: Confessions of a PK
Wes and his Lemon Drop Girlfriend. I honestly think that some things could have been excluded, just because they seemed so different from other parts of the book. I think this book was very good. I also enjoyed Addison struggling with change.
Sep 23, Mlpmom Book Reviewer rated it really liked it Shelves: 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 addisson This was a cute book.
I can’t really say how much I like Addison Blakely: New friends come on the scene and can speak truth that hit dead center, even if the new friend barely knows you.
It seemed to hint at one because some things w When I first began blakkely book, it wasn’t very interesting. Dec 03, kyendwarrior rated it liked it Shelves: Preview — Addison Blakely by Betsy St. It just made the book feel longer, I think. I wanted to ride the line between responsibility and fun and not worry about falling off the wrong side. They have bad backgrounds sort of. Anything with an overtly Christian message dredges up mixed emotions now-a-days.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. It isn’t your life.
I would feel I was calling my own dad my his first name. I thought it was a confesslons obvious what he was hinting at times, and felt like Addison should have been more alert and not so oblivious.
Addison Blakely: Confessions of a PK by Betsy St. Amant
I was impressed at how well we got to know them. It was a refreshing change to read a young adult book that had romance, yet was confeesions clean. This is one of those books that I really don’t quite know how to rate.
She was a great friend to Addison and showed Addison that being a PK doesn’t have to empower your life, and that you decide who you want to be in the end.