- File Size: 2209 KB
- Print Length: 122 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Mignon Mykel (October 3, 2016)
- Publication Date: October 3, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01KECQCS2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #133,163 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Troublemaker: A Playmaker Duet Prequel (Prescott Family Book 2) Kindle Edition
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As the youngest his living in everyone's shadow and determined to break free.
Again all the Prescotts make an appearance. Or maybe it's more like a mainstay? Either way, I love how Caleb and Syd are still and till round- as well as all the other siblings.
I thought I loved Caleb (I do) but man... Porter. Sigh.
I need to repeat, that I am truly surprised by how much I loved this story... ;) I was not expecting that :) but the writing style was so entertaining and I loved to get a good look at Porter... I think it will give me a much better background on him before reading his full lenght story ;) not to mention that we have all the rest of the family in this book :) a little scene here or there, a glimpse... and all of them just made me that more curious about when they will get their own stories :) and to be honest... I did not expect to like Porter this much... ;) was he perfect? not even close :) but I loved to see how he starts growing up and changing... *sighs* I soooo need to read his book ASAP ;) I definitely recommend you to read this great novella, because I think it's the perfect addition to a super fun series :) and then once you fall in love with the Prescott family, we can all wait together for the next installment ;)
**Warning: Recommended for ages 18+ due to explicit language and sexual situations.
I absolutely adored Porter's story!
This novella features the youngest child of Noah and Ryleigh Prescott who we were introduced to in "FROM THE BEGINNING".
This story is of Porter's journey from the age of 16-18 years of age.
Porter's journey is not an easy one.
He comes from a very close, tight-knit family of extremely talented hockey players and over-achievers.
There is also an eleven-year difference between him and his oldest sibling.
He can't seem to find a place where he fits in because he feels like he's a disappointment to his family or he's being compared to his older brothers by his peers.
At the beginning of the story, we see a Porter who is hanging out with the wrong kids at school, and making all sorts of bad decisions.
He's constantly in trouble at school, which eventually leads to trouble with the police.
There is one thing in his life that he can rely on, and it's his passion for hockey.
It's the one thing he can't live without.
It's the one thing that makes him feel whole.
By the end of the story, we see a more mature Porter who knows what he wants and is working hard to get it.
I loved this story, and can't wait to read the next book to see where his journey takes him.
Great story can't wait to see more and the direction Porter will take. Great read.
This is just the beginning of Porter's story but this quick little novella gives quite a punch! After having met Porter in the previous installment of the Prescott Family series, I was excited to see what the youngest was up to. And I love that he surprised me.
Tired of following in his families' footsteps, he wants to break free. Yet as he struggles, he realizes more about his family than he expected. Plus little Porter was turned out not to be so little and I'm really excited to see where his story goes from here.
Porter is the baby of the family. Desperate to step out of the shadow of his larger than life family and to be seen as an individual in his own right. He is stubborn and he makes mistakes. He’s not perfect by any means but more than a story about a kid trying to find his feet, this was such a heartfelt and poignant tale that is relatable to anyone who has ever tried to find their own identity.
I absolutely recommend reading this novella. If I were to tell anyone to start this series, this is the book I’d tell them to read first.