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 thoroughly enjoyed it. Making things more complicated her best friend Claire has been acting more like an enemy than a friend lately.
Addison Blakely: Confessions of a PK by Betsy St. Amant
Confessions of a PK. All in all, I enjoyed this book. I always thought bulimia was just gross, and sad too that someone would fell confesdions insecure about how they look to do something so foolish and dangerous. It was there, we got a glimpse, and then it was dropped like a hot mocha latte.
And for a person to admit that takes a lot of courage. When motorcycle riding, tattoo-laden Wes Keagen moves into her town, she can’t help but feel her heart pounding against her chest when she looks at him. It hurts and it’s awkward. Everything I am is church. But I liked that she embraced ocnfessions fully, og because what people told her she should be. The only thing that shakes her is her attraction to Wes, the newly transplanted bad boy whom one moment seems to like her and the next is making out with some girl in front of Addison’s house.
Addison Blakely Confessions of a PK
If dad is the pastor, forget it. 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 was genuinely engrossed in this story. This book is heart driven and absolutely sweet and lovely. I wanted to give this book only 3 stars, but I felt it deserved more simply for the fact that it was a relief to finally read a YA book where the main character wished to act upon her morals yet it also showed her struggles with that.
The only way it could be better was if it had a sequel. Amant did a great job getting her point across in this story without coming across as preachy.
I highly recommend Addison Blakely: Addison Blakely was somehow born into the role of sainthood. Though much of this book is about God and how she feels about Him, it didn’t feel especially preachy.
Addison Blakely: Confessions of a PK
The opinions I have expressed are my own. Sep 04, Jade Walker rated it liked it.
And while Addison and I have quite a lot to commiserate about, unlike her, worrying about rebelling was never my problem. Open Preview See a Problem? All of the characters were too perfect…too put together. I liked that I didn’t know what was going to happen and I’m staring at my screen thinking ummm Marta was even nodding like she agreed.
The only thing that Addison wants now is blakley escape the rules and for once, be able to experience the joy of being outside the fishbowl. She gets to cook him dinner three days out of the week, worry about his health, and maintain the image hat is the PK by getting the best possible grades, choosing the right choices, and overall being perfect. Marta is a foreign exchange student who she deems a Godsend since she’s always there and gives her great ideas qddison her best friend who ditches her.
You’ll like Wes even though he’s too hard to figure out.
Confessions of a PK really kept me entertained! Thanks for telling us about the problem. This is one of those books that I really don’t adrison know how to rate. I can’t say that I absolutely loved this book and was totally gripped, but I never got bored, and the story was cute with some pretty deep moments, the writing was good to read and it flowed well. So, when balkely starts crushing on Wes, an older guy with a definite wild side, she is definitely hesitant to let things go too xonfessions.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. I laughed so much at the sarcastic banter exchanged between Wes and Addison. The lack of action or rather the lack of anything happening in a large portion of this book could be cut out to make it much shorter. I wish I could find someone struggling with the details not the main concept.