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I loved her spunk, but at the same time knew it was her defense mechanism against the world. It was ok it was good but way too predictable!
It makes me care about the characters with respect to their voices and personalities double check since this switches between perspectivesit has a well-plotted dilemma, and the story sucks you in until the very end. I mean the most horrible worst! I liked the development of Beth and Lucky’s relationship, as well as their character.
Butterface is exactly what you want from a short read- sweet and leaves you smiling. Elizabeth Anderson was born with Hemifacial Microsamia, a facial deformity.
Books by Gwen Hayes. Girl has burns on her face and meets one of the soccer stars from the university on her waitress job. A terrific short story. Thank you, Gwen, for writing a story about an imperfect looking heroine.
She was born with hemifacial microsomia and was supposed to feel “lucky” that she wasn’t as disfigured as some people. I was hooked after reading the first paragraph. I enjoyed the characters of Beth and Lucky, and I loved that their relationship never seemed forced or like they didn’t have chemistry.
Butterface – Gwen Hayes
Butterface by Gwen Hayes. It was heartbreaking to buttervace how Beth holds her head at a certain angle, making sure her imperfections won’t be easy to notice. It’s about being attracted to someone for more than just their looks.
The soccer scholarship is paying his college tuition–he HAS to stay on the team. Lucas ‘Lucky’ O’Leary has left his small town and moved to a college with a soccer scholarship.
Good looks, talent on the field and was able to gain a scholarship so being on the team was something he needed. I am not familiar with those challenges. Two words to describe Butterface: In a nutshell, Butterface is about Lucky and Beth.
He knows it wrong and demeaning, but because Beth has never been, and buttterface wants to see if what she heard was true that the soccer team had a bet going on. A shallow story; it certainly didn’t work with me. I enjoyed the characters of Beth and Lucky, and I loved that their relationship never seemed forced or like they didn’t have chemistry.
Honestly I didn’t mind that hajes was short it was nice and refreshing and I enjoyed it thoroughly!!! Your use of the site and services is subject to these policies and terms.
Needless to say that things don’t go quite according to plan Aug 14, Kai rated it it was amazing Shelves: Butterface by Gwen Hayes is a book about a girl I can understand.