Item description for Prime Choice (Perry Skky Jr #1) by Stephanie Perry Moore...
Overview Star high school football player Perry Skky Jr., torn between his desire to please God and his own needs, must make some difficult decisions when his girlfriend decides that, due to her Christian beliefs, she is not ready to take their relationship to the next level.
Publishers Description Perry is one of the most popular kids in class and a straight A student. He even has such a great relationship with his girlfriend that he feels ready to take it to the next level. However, Tori isn't ready. Her Christian beliefs tell her she needs to save herself.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.22" Width: 5.56" Height: 0.65" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 2007
Series Perry Skky Jr
Series Number 1
ISBN 075821863X ISBN13 9780758218636
Availability 5 units. Availability accurate as of Jan 19, 2017 04:18.
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More About Stephanie Perry Moore
Stephanie Perry Moore is truly a woman from the South. She was born in South Carolina, raised in Virginia, and educated in Alabama. She is the author of many YA Inspirational fiction titles, including the NEW Urban Flip Book Series, Lockwood Lions, the NEW Suburban Flip Book Series, Grovehill Giants, the Payton Skky series, the Laurel Shadrach series, the Perry Skky Jr. series, the Yasmin Peace series, the Faith Thomas Novelzine series, the Carmen Browne series, the Morgan Love series, the Alec London series, and the Beta Gamma Pi series.
She is the Co-editor of the Sisters in Faith Bible. And the Co-author of the book Raise Him Up, written with her husband Derrick Moore.
Mrs. Moore speaks with young people across the country, encouraging them to achieve every attainable dream. She currently lives in the greater Atlanta area with her husband, Derrick, and their three teenagers.
Stephanie Perry Moore currently resides in Atlanta, in the state of Georgia.
Stephanie Perry Moore has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Prime Choice?
GREAT JOB =] Jan 23, 2009
I loved this book. It was so real to me . I am a 14 yaer old christian girl and I have read all of the payton skky series and I had to read her brothers. It was a great book. Keep u the great work Miss Moore and Godbless
Resisting Temptation Isn't Easy Jun 11, 2008
Perry Skky, Jr. is a very talented high school football player, and he's being recruited by the best colleges. He's an A student and a popular guy in school. It seems a lot of girls want him, but he's not like his player friends, Damarius & Cole. Perry's heart belongs to one girl, and that's Tori Guice. He desires to share all of himself with her, but Tori's Christian beliefs keep him from getting what he wants. Being a Christian himself, Tori's decision is the right choice for both of them, but Perry's relationship with the Lord is a bit off track, so he doesn't always have God's will in mind. He does, however, get to where honoring God becomes his top priority... eventually, that is. I don't know the first thing about football, so the many chapters about college recruiting and football games weren't interesting. But that's just me. However, Stephanie Perry Moore has enough knowledge about football to hold the attention of every reader who has an interest in this sport. Perry's relationships with his family, his boys (they're situations helped him to start appreciating being abstinent), and the opposite sex (quite a bit of drama there) - that is what kept me turning the pages. Perry rededicates his life to God during the story, getting his walk with the Lord back on track. He intends to put God first in all that he does, and by the end of the story he is beginning a relationship with a girl who feels as strongly about pleasing God as he does. After reading this first book in the Perry Skky, Jr. Series, I did not hesitate to purchase Book 2 - Pressing Hard. I'm interested in finding out how well Perry resists temptation with his new girlfriend; someone he became attracted to when he claimed he was in love with Tori. I recommend this novel to teens and adults who love to read YA fiction. And as for young people who are reluctant readers, this could be the one that ignites a passion for reading.
Great book! Mar 18, 2008
I really love Perry. He's a great character and a good role model for young men. I've always loved Stephanie Perry Moore's books but I hate how she always makes her characters either the star of their sports team, Miss Popularity, or like in the case of the Laurel Shadrach series a person who dates the popular star jock. Can't she write about any other types of characters? I also hate how it seems that although it has been two years, Payton's life is still exactly the same and the fact they killed off Dakari's brother.
Amazing Book Jan 8, 2008
Being a Young African American Christian Male myself, this book indeed shows the stuggles that young men go through trying to live there lives on the straight and narrow with everything that swarms around the world. I have read the first two books in the series, and i plan on buying the next two. Great Book! Keep up the phenomenal work.
GIVE ME THE SEQUEL FAST!!!!!! Oct 25, 2007
This is a great book for teens and young adults. It's hip and with the programme and talks about stuff that teens and young adults talk about and deal with on a daily basis. Things like curfew, sex, virginity, going steady, dealing with parents - it's all here. There's no preaching down or preaching at - just real talk. I'm a mother and I enjoyed the book. It also gave me MORE insight into what kids deal with today. Sometimes as adults, we forget what growing up is like. Even if you are not a christian you will enjoy this book.
Prime Choice Aug 31, 2007
This book was one of the greatest books i have read from the male perspective. Never mind the male side, it was good period! Every book after this one just has to get even better!!!!