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How can Lucas possibly gwn her that his friends put im up to bringing butterfaxe to a party in hopes of winning the For Lucas “Lucky” O’Leary things have just been falling into place without much of an effort all his life. Jul 24, Kaitlyn Francis rated it it was amazing Shelves: It’s third person point-of-view, but at one part, it was first. Because of her deformity, Beth is used to hiding. It can occur on one side of the face or both. No one gets shot and only realizes that they were meant for the other person when they’re near their deathbed.
Lucky’s teammates urge him to invite Beth to a “dog dinner”. Overall, Butterface is an enjoyable and quick read. Look forward to reading more from Gwen Hayes. My only real problem with Butterface was that it was so short and that everything happened so fast.
One could feel the guilt he was carrying every time he was able to get through to Beth. Jun 12, serena rated it it was ok Shelves: Return to Book Page. No, I can’t live without you. She wanted to kick her own ass.
I mean am I supposed to take it and be okay with it? I liked the development of Beth and Lucky’s relationship, as well as their character. It was beautifully written, and I was touched in so many ways.
Honestly I was a little disappointed, I had been building hayfs novella up in my head to be something really great but it didn’t quite meet my expectations. 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. I liked the sweet romance butterfaace appreciated the emotional rollercoaster that Beth and Lucus went on.
Why couldn’t it have gone on longer?!
Why couldn’t it have gone on longer?! Other reviews at The Raven Readers. This was a beautiful story about seeing the beauty that is inside a person and with a little luck anything is possible. In a nutshell, Butterface is about Lucky and Beth. Lucky O’Leary is a diligent college student who goes to a diner each night to study.
Preview — Butterface by Gwen Hayes. I think that had it been a bit longer, some scenes wouldn’t have been as rushed and the overall flow would have been much better bhtterface especially the timeline of events between chapters two and three.
Es una historia linda, corta pero linda. Suddenly, he kissed her so hard she found herself crushed to the wall and whatever had sparked in his eyes roared to life in that kiss.
It’s 19 pages of a beautifully woven tale about a girl bearing bytterface scars of a childhood deformity, with a boy who finds himself falling for her, and yet sucked into a deal that could hurt the person he calls his friend. The way the scenario plays out is natural, real, and genuine.
I was hooked after reading the first paragraph. 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.
What I mean is that she had h Butterface is a novella which doesn’t really make any sense to me. I wish it was a touch longer, giving the characters a little more room to develop and the story to get more involved, but alas, you can’t have everything you wish for.
This was so short and so sweet. Gwn loved her spunk, but at the same time knew it was her defense mechanism against the hahes.
This story may be shorter than most, but to me ywen the perfect size. Definitely worth the price and time taken to read it. Hayes managed to show us so quickly, and satisfactorily the two main characters and get us to like them is a testament to her writing ability.
It was buttrrface a bit rushed by the end, though – and also this is just really not my kind of story, hence it’s only getting a three.
Mar 11, Flor rated gwsn really liked it. Nov 23, Angel Graham rated it really liked it Recommends it for: She is a reader, writer, and lover of pop culture which, other than yogurt, is the only culture she gets. She keeps her hair messy as a curtain to help hid the scars from the deformity. Lucky is sincere, sweet and caring, he worries about Beth working too hard and doesn’t really b about the scars and even though Beth’s not his type at all he somehow fells attracted to her.
While at first the story kind of irritated me with its dialogue and overemphasis on looks, I eventually realized that Beth was so focused on looks gaen of her insecurities. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.