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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Anything with an overtly Christian message dredges up mixed emotions now-a-days. The writing was good, and some of the characters were well developed however fonfessions of the characters were just stereotypes.

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Everything seems to be out of control. I also liked the sub-plot about Addison’s dad and someone else I don’t want to say whom, in case it’s too spoilery for some. I understand that it came second to the true message of the book, but it was hard to believe. The quickly deteriorating relationship between Addison and Claire is hard to believe also. And I felt Addison a little bit selfish because it was always about her but then I think I’m being too nitpicky because duh! This year has been more difficult than most; a new and intriguing bad boy has moved across the street and a sweet guy in her class has started paying attention to her.


She started to think about her faith and questioned her relationship with God. I highly recommend it to readers 14 and up. Anyway, he was pretty nice.

So who will Addison pick? 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?

In the beginning, she’s ignorant.

His name is Luke and he’s really cute, sweet too. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

She questions and pushes to see where it will all lead. Then wanted to confessiions my Kindle into the wall when I read this: And the more her dad ignores her, the more she wants to chase after something she wants. Now her EX-best friend. It was nice to read something that felt real. It’s hard to resist bblakely leather wearing boy with a motorcycle but most parents aren’t up for the scenario. I can’t really say how much I like Addison Blakely: Betsy knows her way around the minds of young girls!

Addison Blakely: Confessions of a PK

This was really good, and it wasn’t “Christian-y” like some Christian authors are. Sep 24, Adduson rated it liked it Shelves: She is a contemporary teen that the targeted age can relate to whether parents like me want to admit it or not. This book was provided by the author in exchange for my honest review. No trivia or quizzes yet. Or just leave Luke out of the picture altogether.


Claire was a jerk at first. She also teaches Addison that though her earthly father may fail, Her Heavenly Father is perfect. There were ups and downs, misunderstandings, x in beliefs, and so many buried issues they both needed to work out with their parents.

I went on, picking up speed. He does have many similarities to the vamp. Although I may not have agreed with all her ideas, it was certainly refreshing and admirable comfessions see a female protagonist who has principles- and sticks to them! Sometimes she’s difficult to understand and it feels like she’s exaggerating, but then I tried put myself in her shoes and I wonder what it is like to be Addison.

Addison Blakely Confessions of a PK by Betsy St Amant

Preview — Addison Blakely by Betsy St. She has a BA in Christian Communications and regularly freelances for her local newspaper.

But I quickly realized that anger is a defense. Addison is a relate-able character that teenagers and young adults can both identify with.

She wrestles with faith-based issues that impact the center of her entire life.

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