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 except God not so much the other parts Luke was such a The truth cut a hole into my heart, and I slowly sank back into my chair. She pi me remember the days when I was on a long bus ride to New Mexico for a week-long church camp all because I liked a boy.
At least Wes sddison called her that instead of boring-but-slightly-sweet PK which isn’t bad but isn’t as cute as Addy. To view it, click here. As well as that, I have loved Footloose since I was a kid so the whole PK meets bad boy thing, whilst not very original, holds a place in my heart.
Though she totally attracted to him, he was, from all appearances, a jerk that slept around. I seriously hope there’s a sequel. But then there is Wes Keegan–tattooed–his motorcycle and black leather jacket perfectly match his bad boy image. So I guess, he did redeem himself a bit! She’s always done what she’s told, but now she’s beginning to question those rules.
She sees life as black or white and people are either Gummi Bears or Lemon Drops. While the message is positive in so many ways, it smacks of the outdated notion of molding confesxions man to be who you want him to be. Confessions of a PK, because there’s some parts I don’t really like. Plus it had some moments of true fun.
Take away the super awesome guy, Germanic best friend, and the dead mom, add two brothers and a sister, and you basically have my life. I enjoyed them, though. Then comes in Wes who she has been obsessively stalking. Wes — Okay, at first I was annoyed at Addy for liking Wes. I love Addison, but I also love the character of Marta. Confessions is, however, well-written solid plot, fully fleshed characters that feel real and delivers a positive message from a strong female protagonist.
To ask other readers questions about Addison Blakelyplease sign up. I really liked Addison. Luke stands up for her when Austin keeps acting like a jerk. ov
Addison Blakely Confessions of a PK
I’m very glad Mr. They are, in no particular order: Sixteen-year-old Addison Blakely has tireless played the role of PK–preacher’s kid–her entire life. Nov 09, Alex rated it liked it Shelves: Parents change, and in Addison’s case, her dad is a widower back on the dating scene, and he isn’t dating just anybody. She was kind, sensitive, realistic, and courageous. It was pretty easy for me to relate to her and her opinion. 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.
I’m like what is this!? Wes rides a motorcycle, wears leather, and has multiple encounters with scantily clad girls.
Addison Blakely Confessions of a PK by Betsy St Amant
Can Addison keep up with the unfair expectations handed down to her, can she be a good PK? And the more her dad ignores her, the more she wants to chase after something she wants. Use the category buttons or the Advanced Search Option above to look for books or scroll through my blog posts.
Oh my goodness, that was so me! So once again, I folded my hands in my lap, pasted on a smile, and did what every self-surviving PK learned to do from day one.
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Confessions of a PK really kept me entertained! Overall, this was a fun book, with an ending that surprised me a bit, and I wasn’t quite sure if I totally liked Addison’s life is simple yet complicated, funny and ironic too.
She didn’t pretend she knew everything and s Blakelj doesn’t appear to be a series but I think it should be. I really, really enjoyed this novel. Luke is the boy your mother and father would love to meet. She is a contemporary teen that the targeted age can relate to whether parents like me want to admit it or not. Trivia About Addison Blakely: I kind of know the horribleness that is overprotective parents.
There actually seemed to be almost too much else going on during the book.