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I got this for free when Gwen tweeted that this was available for free read, but I would gladly pay those 99 cents to read this again. It’s just good sense. One could feel the guilt he was carrying every time he was able to get through to Beth. Butterface is more than I expected it to be.

Some parts felt rushed and could be developed more.

It’s a butherface which doesn’t really make any sense to me. Lucky and Beth form a friendship from spending so much time together, and even though Beth is not Lucky’s usual type of girl, he begins to care for her. As far as I know it’s called “hemifacial microsOmia” instead of “hemifacial microsAmia”.

Why couldn’t it have gone on longer?! Sure, she couldn’t have been as pretty as girls in books usually are, but that shouldn’t be the reason to make her feel that much inferior.

No, I’ll die if you leave me. Its when his teammates want her to come to the “dog dinner” and putting more pressure for Lucky to show up with the ugliest date. Their warm, fun, sarcastic banter had a wonderful pace which added a fun, flirty feel to this meaningful story. Used to being in each other’s presence, a casual friendship erupts. It was the very thing that prevented their first kiss to be anything other than perfect.


Those 17 pages were worth it. Lucky wasn’t always clear on girlspeak, but he thought she was trying to tell him something important.

Sirsangel Jan 17, Why couldn’t it have gone on longer?! But he takes colle “.

Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. I just really wish that it was a long story because the story line and the writing had such great potential, that i would snap it up if it was longer! And we have Lucas O’Leary called Lucky, because that’s what he usually is – lucky. How did they start conversing so well? The prose and writing was awesome and add to what great characters Lucky and Beth are for example: Beth was born with a childhood illness that left her face physically scarred, and she feels like she has to put people at a distance because she doesn’t feel pretty.

Butterface by Gwen Hayes

It tells us about Beth, a senior in high school with hemifacial microsamia. She keeps her hair pulled in front of her face and tries to disguise her insecurity with a sharp wit. What’s a guy to do? Lucky is the all around dreamboat and star athlete. Short stories always surprise and impress me. I liked the sweet romance and appreciated the emotional rollercoaster that Hajes and Lucus went on.

What are you waiting for? There’s a problem loading this menu right now. Even though I thought that Lucky was a little too good to be true I appreciated the message in the story-telling.


She wanted to kick her own ass.

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Sirsangel Jan 17, Enter your mobile number or email address below and we’ll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. He works hard to maintain his grades, and subsequently spends a great deal of time at a local diner where Beth ‘Liz’ works. May 22, Teffy rated it did not like it.

But he takes college seriously and studies hard at a diner where Beth works. I can understand how shallow and horrible college males and females can be when they’re at that time in their lives where they feel on top butyerface the world.

He’s sort of a typical guy in that he notices how hot she looks in a tank top and wants to see more of her.


Why doesn’t he judge Beth when he first meets her? Open Preview See a Problem? To be honest, I think the story was just shy of shallow. And I think because it was burterface short it butterfsce progress and anything that could possibly emit empathy from the reader. It’s the moment when she knows what kind of party that maybe she isn’t quite as lucky as all would think she is, even though we know Lucky’s thoughts leading up to the party its hard not to like the fact that he let her drag him to the party.