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Preview — Butterface by Gwen Hayes. I mean the most horrible worst! Home Groups Talk Zeitgeist. Reading it on gen kindle just makes it go much more faster. It was the very thing that prevented their first kiss to be anything other than perfect. Honestly I was a little disappointed, I had been building this novella up in my head to be something really great but it didn’t quite meet my expectations.
It set fire to her blood and melted her bones into molten lava.
Can’t you stop thinking about it? Did you finish Mockingjay? Yet the dance is approaching. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Loved the concept of this very short story but I wanted more. Actually, I probably could have handled twice the length and in this case I think I would have welcomed it. May 04, Rose rated it really liked it Shelves: He comes into the diner where Beth works at every night to escape from his roommates, study, and try to figure out what he wants to do with his life.
Lucky is the all around dreamboat yb star athlete.
A well written short story can pull readers in, create a connection, and cause empathy, joy and tears for the characters all with so little time and few words. Beth is used to hiding herself from the world. Full review at Amaterasu reads I have to ask, what can you do with a paged short story?
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. I really like that Beth gets confidence If I had known this was so short, I think bj would have read it ages ago. 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. Butterface is a nice, quick read with fully developed characters and plot. It was a wonderful butterace with clear messages of self respect, inner beauty, and standing up for oneself.
She has resigned herself to being one of the girls that will never be noticed for her beauty. Read this, write a review about how it lacks feelings and then maybe you will be able to move on. This was so short and so sweet.
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If you’re a fan of Hayes you should definitely give it a whirl. I was amazed at how she stood up for herself during the Dog Dinner.
Butterface by Gwen Hayes (3 star ratings)
Butterface is a great, quick read. Buttrface if Beth ever finds out she’s his entry in the contest for ugliest date, he stands to lose even more. She can’t find out that the guy who brings the ugliest date wins a prize. Kindle Edition29 pages. Il particolare da non dimenticare?
As time pas Always sticking to bh shadows and hiding her face, Beth has always felt that even though she was lucky, having scars didn’t really feel lucky it made her feel like she wasn’t normal.
It was just a whirl of the whole cliche– popular boy falls in love with not-so-attractive girl. Butterface by Gwen Hayes is a book about a girl I can understand.
Butterface – Gwen Hayes
No one gets shot and only realizes that they were meant for the other person when they’re near their deathbed. Aug 02, Laura rated it really liked it Shelves: I liked the development of Beth and Lucky’s relationship, as well as their character.
I don’t know a whole lot about hemifacial microsamia. A terrific short story. I also genuinely liked Lucky and understood his thought process throughout “Butterface.
Gwen also edits kissing books. She keeps her hair messy as a curtain to help hid the scars from hayess deformity. You must log in to edit Common Knowledge data. I totally got where the author was coming from – and she did a good job of it – it was just too abrupt for me.
And when the truth came up, I had to fight hard not to cry. I liked the progression, the details, and the characterization. I really enjoyed this short story. 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.