EBOOK or KINDLE (Addison Blakely) ✓ Betsy St. Amant

Uld be easy Thank you Ms St and NetGalley "For Allowing Me To Read This Book Prior To Publication "allowing me to read book prior to publication plan on adding it to my school s library collection Addison Blakely is a PK After seeing the words PK mentioned oddly in two books I ve read in the past couple of weeks I have finally discovered what it means Yay for me It means preacher s id She does everything for her father well that s how I see it while he s always away doing something for the church 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 perfectThen comes in Wes who she has been obsessively stalking he is the brooding leather jacket motorcycle riding is the brooding leather jacket motorcycle riding away from my daughter type of person He s always around poodle girl as she likes to call his girlfriend and they are sure to be making out but Wes has caught Addison s eye and maybe he actually might like herLuke is the boy your mother and father would love to meet He s always sweet to Addison but she has her eyes on Wes Marta is a foreign exchange student who she deems a Godsend since she s always there and gives her great ideas unlike her best friend who ditches her Now her EX best friendSo who will Addison pick And what will she do when her holier than holy father starts humming and smiling everywhere since he s been going on dates with someone too close for comfort And is she really as close to God as she is supposed to beYES What am I saying yes to I am saying yes to this book and how completely hard I fell for it Addison for one really needs to cut down on the sugar because she s going to go in a sugar comatose one of these days She was a bit of a pain not pain pain I mean she always attacked Wes on everything he did and I thought the author was trying to make him be the bad guy and say that he was so wrong in every way It was frustrating But then I liked that about the book I liked that I didn t Made to Crave Action Plan Participants Guide know what was going to happen and I m staring at my screen thinking ummm how do I notnow how this is going to end yet when I m so close to finishing This book made me really just think and Introduction to African American Studies keep wondering and I loved it for thatNow I said that I thought the author was making Wes seem like a really bad guy but I was gung ho for Luke because dude he is totally into you and he is a sweetheart At the end it could have gone to anyone really especially since Luke is pretty much perfect Marta her friend I was talking about earlier is a foreign exchange student from Germany and I felt it was so unreal when reading Ja from her all the time I m like what is this It took me awhile but I warmed up to her And I was looking at it from her point of view and I would have thrown something at Addison a long time ago because she s ALWAYS having a crisis 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 self look at the title Still think it sometimesHer father Iind of My Lover know the horribleness that is overprotective parents I really loathe it because I feel like I can never really do anything My life feels like it s not really started and I feel like such a loner especially with reading all the time and people saying oh she reads all the time Why do you read all the time Answer I Like Reading So I felt like I can relate to her in than one aspectThe God part was interesting It was odd when she was talking about it So sure But with God everything is easy except when you get into the details Details like how I could never believe in Purgatory how people who are religious think my ideas are wrong Inow what they mean when you can t interpretshape the message or the Bible of how you want it I understand that but then if I don t believe some things it doesn t mean I don t believe at all and importantly the religious people or people in general who think being gay is wrong It s none of your business It isn t your life God loves everyone especially since they love Your the one hating I think he would prefer those who love I have yet to find a book with details like this including this one I wish I could find someone struggling with the details not the main concept I except God not so much the other partsSo in the end this book was fantastic As you can tell by this really long review that I enjoyed it and it made me think about God which I ve been trying to find in books So I m pretty content right now Oh When she made her realization in the end it was perfect I wanted to cover my mouth too Addison Blakely won me over This book is HIGHLY recommendedhttpshesgotbooksonhermindblogspot. 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Addison BlakelyReview by Jill WilliamsonAddison Blakely has always done everything to please her overprotective dad who s also a pastor The thing is she has a crush on a bad boy And the her dad ignores her the she wants to chase after something she wants But what if it s the wrong choiceTwo thumbs up I adored this book so much that I ignored my entire household one Saturday morning because I couldn t put it down This is a great story about first lovelustattraction and how Addison deals with it all I loved her character and I was completely sucked in to her "WORLD THIS STORY REMINDED ME OF "This story reminded me of Sparks A Walk to Remember in how the bad boy and the good girl like each other This was a very sweet story I highly recommend it to readers 14 and upI received this book free for review I was not reuired to write a positive review The opinions I have expressed are my own A book about religion is always very hit or miss The way the specific belief is handled is what makes all the difference Addison Blakely is a PK Preacher s Kid and the story is told from her humorous point of view Though much of this book is about God and how she feels about Him it didn t feel especially preachy There was a lot of other subject matter to eep you interested There actually seemed to be almost too much else going on during the book I honestly think that some things could have been excluded just because they seemed so different from other parts of the book I enjoyed them though It just made the book feel longer I think So there were a few words that were watered down heck instead of hell and ticked instead of pissed that I didn t think should have been phrased the way they were If they came from Addison Blakely definitely it would have been awesome but they came from another character and it seemed very out of character for him not to use the heavier words You don t swear just to swear but sometimes you need to write a few stronger words in to show the emotion behind it to show the character All in all Confessions of a PK was a great read It was cute and full of humor and also very honest I definitely recommend you check it outwwwcuddlewiththisbookblogspotcom This doesn t appear to be a series but I think it should beAddison Blakely Confessions of a PK really Mobilizing New York kept me entertained I was genuinely engrossed in this story It was nothing like I thought it would be it was much better and a very pleasant surprise I really could not put this book down and read it straight through in about two sittings I really liked Addison She was a little irritating at times but it s nice to see such an honest character She didn t Being a Preacher s Kid is hard workAt least that s what Addison Blakely thinks Addison struggles to fit in with her peers yet at the same time be the epitome of perfection expected of a PK Addison navigates her way through High School friendships romantic relationships and her dad dating again Can Addisoneep up with the unfair expectations handed down to her can she be a good PKWritten in an entertaining first person style Addison Blakely Confessions of a PK is a book that was a bit slow to start but got better as it went along There were elements to the story that I thought were a bit too cliche but then this is a book about High School My favorite character ended up being one that wasn t really in the book as much I hoped he would be because I thought that Luke was awesome What I really liked about this story was how it showed how sometimes we can substitute being good and following the rules for being solely dependant on Jesus Christ And we shouldn t do thatOverall this was a fun book with an ending that surprised me a bit and I wasn t uite sure if I totally likedBut ya ll will have to read the book and make your own impressions For the most part I would recommend this book towards people who read alot of YA fiction I received this book from the publisher in return for an honest review Addison Blakely is a preacher s Aspects of South African Literature kid Her whole life and beliefs are predetermined all eyes are on her and she needs to set the good example in her community Problem is Addison is confused She doesn tnow what to believe in if everything is only black or white and what are the intentions of the hot new bad boy in town Wes KeeganA 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 The Barefoot Girl: A Novel of St. Margaret, Patroness of the Abused kid and living with this label She also didn t throw herself at Wes and actually thought about the conseuences of her actions Marking her as a very endearing protagonist in my booksI also loved her new friend Marta the foreign exchange student She was a great frie. Sixteen year old Addison Blakely has tireless played the role of PK preacher’sid her entire life But after Wes Keegan revs his motorcycle into town .
Nd to Addison and showed Addison that "Being A PK Doesn T Have To "a PK doesn t have to your life and that you decide who you want to be in the end The story was great there were some cute moments with Wes even swoon worthy so even with all Addison s drama I am happy to say she wasn t the whiny why me Social Media in Academia kind of girl I would recommend this book to contemporary lovers who want a breezy book to read Brilliant Stunning Poignant Honest Refreshing Inspiring Revelatory These were the first words that came to my mind after reading ABCoaPK Days later I m still in awe of the beauty in this story I laughed my eyes welled with tears I laughed some It s so much bigger than labels The major theme of this story is universal Who hasn t uestioned what they believe and why they believe it And who hasn t come to the realization at some point in their lives that they have to choose what s right over what s desirable Each character was well thought out for what they needed to add to the story The contrast between We Addison Blakely is a preacher sid Her whole life and beliefs are predetermined all eyes are on her and she needs to set the good example in her community Problem is Addison is confused She doesn t now what to believe in if everything is only black or white and what are the intentions of the hot new bad boy in town Wes KeeganA 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 spent with Addison s infatuation and also resistance towards Wes her internal struggle when it comes to being a s id and living with this label She also didn t throw herself at Wes and actually thought about the conseuences of her actions Marking her as a very endearing protagonist in my booksI also loved her new friend Marta the foreign exchange student 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 The story was great there were some cute moments with Wes even swoon worthy so even with all Addison s drama I am happy to say she wasn t the whiny why me Orality in Igbo (African) Literature kind of girl I would recommend this book to contemporary lovers who want a breezy book to read Addison age 16 is bestnown for her role as the diligent PK preacher s Modern English in Action (Level 12) kid always second guessing and second checking her actions to ensure she is upholding her father s good name So when she starts crushing on Wes an older guy with a definite wild side she is definitely hesitant to let things go too far But no matter how hard Addison tries to forget Wes she is unable toeep herself from gravitating towards his mysterious charm Can a preacher s justify a relationship with the town bad boyI think this novel was better than I had expected but it did feel very young I would probably recommend this to pre teens or early teens who are likely young enough to find charm in the overly convenient plotlines and overly forced dialogue of the charactersI 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 id rather than letting the natural outflowing of her beliefs affect her life 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 charactersEven so ADDISON BLAKELY CONFESSIONS OF A PK was a charming fun delightful tale for fans of inspirational fiction It was a refreshing change to read a young adult book that had romance yet was completely clean The book held my attention throughout TAnd I appreciated the fact that this was a definite work of Christian fictionno holding back on that theme There were only a few things that would be on my wish list for this book They are in no particular order1 Further explore the relationship between Addison and Claire It was there we got a glimpse and then it was dropped like a hot mocha latte2 WesLukeWesLukeEdwardJacobGet my drift I felt like I was in the Twilight saga Give me something original Or just leave Luke out of the picture altogether3 Was Marta Addison s best friend really a junior in high school I realize she was an exchange student from Germany but she seemed very mature for her years I don t mean you should have dumbed her downbut her voice just didn t seem to fit her age group It sounded like her voice would have been perfect for Ms Hawthorne English teacherI wanted to give this book only 3 stars but I felt it deserved 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 Whoever said that following God and Christ s examples wo. Nd into her heart Addison begins to wonder how much of her faith is her own and how much has been handed to her She isn’t so sure she wants to be the .


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    characters Addison Blakely characters ✓ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ↠ Betsy St. Amant Betsy St. Amant ↠ 7 review Being a Preacher's Kid is hard workAt least that's what Addison Blakely thinks Addison struggles to fit in with her peers yet at the same time be the epitome of perfection expected of a PK Addison navigates her way through High School friendships romantic relationships and her dad dating again Can Addison keep up with the unfair

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    characters ✓ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ↠ Betsy St. Amant EBOOK or KINDLE (Addison Blakely) ✓ Betsy St. Amant Addison Blakely is a PK After seeing the words PK mentioned oddly in two books I've read in the past couple of weeks I have finally discovered what it means Yay for me It means preacher's kid She does everything for her father well that's how I see it while he's always away doing something for the church 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 po

  3. says: Betsy St. Amant ↠ 7 review EBOOK or KINDLE (Addison Blakely) ✓ Betsy St. Amant

    EBOOK or KINDLE (Addison Blakely) ✓ Betsy St. Amant Betsy St. Amant ↠ 7 review Addison Blakely is a preacher's kid Her whole life and beliefs are predetermined all eyes are on her and she needs to set the good example in her community Problem is Addison is confused She doesn't know what to believe in if everything is only black or white and what are the intentions of the hot new 'bad boy' in town Wes KeeganA big portion of the book is spent with Addison's infatuation and also resistance towards W

  4. says: EBOOK or KINDLE (Addison Blakely) ✓ Betsy St. Amant characters ✓ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ↠ Betsy St. Amant

    EBOOK or KINDLE (Addison Blakely) ✓ Betsy St. Amant characters ✓ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ↠ Betsy St. Amant This doesn't appear to be a series but I think it should beAddison Blakely Confessions of a PK really kept me entertained I was genuinely engrossed in this story It was nothing like I thought it would be it was much better and a very pleasant surprise I really could not put this book down and read it straight through in a

  5. says: EBOOK or KINDLE (Addison Blakely) ✓ Betsy St. Amant

    EBOOK or KINDLE (Addison Blakely) ✓ Betsy St. Amant characters ✓ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ↠ Betsy St. Amant It was a refreshing change to read a young adult book that had romance yet was completely clean The book held my attention throughout TAnd I appreciated the fact that this was a definite work of Christian fictionno holding back on that theme There were only a few things that would be on my wish list for this book They ar

  6. says: EBOOK or KINDLE (Addison Blakely) ✓ Betsy St. Amant

    EBOOK or KINDLE (Addison Blakely) ✓ Betsy St. Amant Brilliant Stunning Poignant Honest Refreshing Inspiring Revelatory These were the first words that came to my mind after reading ABCoaPK Days later I'm still in awe of the beauty in this story I laughed my eyes welled with tears I laughed some It’s so much bigger than labels The major theme of this story is universal Who hasn’t

  7. says: EBOOK or KINDLE (Addison Blakely) ✓ Betsy St. Amant characters ✓ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ↠ Betsy St. Amant Betsy St. Amant ↠ 7 review

    Betsy St. Amant ↠ 7 review EBOOK or KINDLE (Addison Blakely) ✓ Betsy St. Amant A book about religion is always very hit or miss The way the specific belief is handled is what makes all the difference Addison Blakely is a PK Preacher's Kid and the story is told from her humorous point of view Though much of this book is about God and how she feels about Him it didn't feel especially preachy There was a lot of other subject matter to keep you interested There actually seemed to be almost too much else going on

  8. says: EBOOK or KINDLE (Addison Blakely) ✓ Betsy St. Amant characters ✓ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ↠ Betsy St. Amant Betsy St. Amant ↠ 7 review

    EBOOK or KINDLE (Addison Blakely) ✓ Betsy St. Amant characters ✓ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ↠ Betsy St. Amant 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 So when she starts crushing on Wes an ol

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    EBOOK or KINDLE (Addison Blakely) ✓ Betsy St. Amant Betsy St. Amant ↠ 7 review characters Addison Blakely Addison Blakely is a preacher's kid Her whole life and beliefs are predetermined all eyes are on her and she needs to set the good example in her community Problem is Addison is confused She doesn't know what to believe in if everything is only black or white and what are the intentions of the hot new 'bad boy' in town Wes KeeganA big portion of the book is spent with Addison's infatuation and also resistance towards Wes her internal strug

  10. says: EBOOK or KINDLE (Addison Blakely) ✓ Betsy St. Amant

    EBOOK or KINDLE (Addison Blakely) ✓ Betsy St. Amant Review by Jill WilliamsonAddison Blakely has always done everything to please her overprotective dad—who’s also a pastor The thing is she has a crush on a bad boy And the her dad ignores her the she wants to chase after something she wants But what if it’s the wrong choice?Two thumbs up I adored this book so much that I ignored my en

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