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So here is a short story that includes it. All in all, it really was a cute story, and I liked it. It felt longer than it actually was, thank goodness for that. I really enjoyed this short story. It was a wonderful read with clear messages of self respect, inner beauty, and standing up for oneself. Look forward to reading more from Gwen Hayes. Needless to say, I had some serious hayea with the whole butterface thing considering she was portrayed as a mature protagonist.
But he takes college seriously and studies hard at a diner where Beth works.
She will shut down and say, Nevermind. Beth waits tables at the diner Lucas spends most of his butterfacd studying and a fragile friendship blossoms.
Sep 22, Angela rated it really liked it Shelves: The short story shows the progression of the character’s relationship to hayea another and difficult obstacles they bt to overcome to get to where they want to be in life. The story follows Lucus being peer-pressured into inviting Beth to a ‘dog dinner’ where the soccer player with the ugliest date wins a prize.
Butterface by Gwen Hayes is a book about a girl I can understand. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
That’s kinda annoying actually. He works hard to maintain his grades, and subsequently spends a great deal of time at a local diner where Beth ‘Liz’ works. Jun 26, Jillian -always aspiring- rated it liked it Recommends it for: Jul 24, Kaitlyn Francis rated it it was amazing Shelves: She byy a reader, writer, and lover of pop culture which, other than yogurt, is the only culture she gets.
Butterface by Gwen Hayes is a book about a girl I can understand. So he shut up.
Honestly I didn’t mind that it was short it was nice and refreshing and I enjoyed it thoroughly!!! I also would have liked to see a bit more of how Lucky and Beth’s relationship evolved over buttervace course of the week. I did enjoy this and it was nicely written, and I liked the characters a lot. She keeps her hair pulled in front of her face and tries to disguise her insecurity with a sharp wit. Who said that scars on your face make you ugly?
Lucky is the all around dreamboat and star athlete. Loved the concept of this very short story but I wanted more. Sirsangel Jan 17, First off, I don’t think having a couple of scars on one’s face and a hzyes rigid jawline makes anyone a butterface. No current Talk conversations about this book. This is a sweet story and I liked it a lot, but I would have butherface it more if it had been longer and more fleshed out.
What I mean is that she had had surgery and even though she remains the butt buhterface jokes for the ignorant; she is better off than she was ever before. Their warm, fun, sarcastic banter had a wonderful pace which added a fun, flirty feel to this meaningful story. I wish this book would’ve been longer. No worries – in a good way.
I bj know what this was about, but I never would’ve guessed that the pretty as a picture girl on the cover would’ve made it to a “dog dinner. Want to Read Currently Hates Read.
Butterface is more than I expected it to be. Whether he made her smile or feel things she worked hard to not have to feel, his secret loomed over them. Aug 02, Laura rated it really liked it Shelves: Butterface was a short and sweet novella. Want to Read saving….
I liked the sweet romance and appreciated the emotional rollercoaster that Beth and Lucus went on. I bought the story from Amazon. The prose and writing was awesome and add to what great characters Lucky and Beth are for example: Beth is a shy, quiet girl with some serious personal issues.
Become a LibraryThing Author. I was amazed at how she stood up for herself during the Dog Dinner.
Butterface – Gwen Hayes
Lists with This Book. I got this for free when Gwen tweeted that this was available for free read, but I would buterface pay those 99 cents to read this again. Because of her facial deformity, she’s insecure and self-conscious. I remember going home I tears after not only kids but teachers made fun of me and my speech impediment.