ADDISON BLAKELY CONFESSIONS OF A PK PDF
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 mean I enjoyed Addison’s humor but it just didn’t grab me. But I definitely relate to the idea of trying to live up to peoples expectations whilst struggling to be who you want to be.
I remember from my teenaged years and now through my son, friendships change, sometimes in a day, without a reason. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
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Teens are insecure and want to fit in. Her English teacher, Ms. Then wanted to throw my Kindle into the wall when I read this: I did enjoy the segment in which Confesssions 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. My goal with Novel Teen is to spread the word about the awesome books that are available.
No trivia or quizzes yet. She tried to be a lemon drop. While the lessons of the story are admirable, the story itself just felt a bit too unrealistic at parts — especially the interactions between pretty much all of the characters.
Addison Blakely Confessions of a PK
I really did like watching Addison grow as the book went on and I thought her character was very well developed. He’s always sweet to Addison but she has her eyes on Wes. There’s a talent show, then there’s the love triangle, and then there’s a German girl shaking up everything in the town, and there’s the English teacher dating Addison’s pastor dad, and then there’s the jock who’s trying to get Addison’s affections.
I would have preferred at least some mention of it sprinkled throughout the beginning. The way the specific belief is handled is what makes all the difference. I need more information than that, people! I laughed so much at the sarcastic banter exchanged between Wes and Addison.
I didn’t ask for any of it, yet it was asked of me everyday. I rested my forehead against the mirror with a groan. But she’s nice and sweet as Gummi Bear too.
Dec 14, Dee rated it really liked it. Perfect word for what I felt about her. For all of those of you that are wondering what “PK” stands for, I’ll give you the answer. Trivia About Addison Blakely: So in the end this book was fantastic. In fact, it ranks on my favs list. The burden of carrying such a label is difficult. One is a good boy. I know this is a YA Young Adult novel geared for teens but trust me, this something mom of a teen ate this book up like a box of name brand chocolates.
And is she really as close to God as she is supposed to be? There actually seemed to be almost too much else going on during the book.
There were only a few things that would be on my “wish list” for this glakely. As I was reading I honestly found myself thinking is this book ever going to end? It seemed to hint at one because some things were left unfinished and I so hope they have one!
She was so the role-model best friend. Then comes in Addieon who she has been obsessively stalking. The characters really carry the book, and I love the ending. Being from Germany, she openly talks about sex and abortion, as well as the selfishness of American students. That she discovered what she wanted and she stuck with it even though it may have hurt some others along the way and that her choices weren’t always x.
Addison Blakely: Confessions of a PK
I can’t say that I absolutely loved this book and was totally gripped, confessione I never got bored, and the story was cute with some prett I have a special place in my heart for PKs, preacher’s kids. I liked that she was a strong character and that she stood up for herself and stuck with what she felt was right even though she had some pretty serious pressure and temptations along This is one of those books that I really don’t quite know confesslons to rate.
It was odd when she was talking about it.