BUTTERFACE BY GWEN HAYES PDF
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Well, she was lucky with it, because now she only has a couple of scars of her face and it could’ve been much worse. 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 of the world.
She is a reader, writer, and lover of pop culture which, other than yogurt, is the only culture she gets. He works hard to maintain his grades, and subsequently spends a great deal of time at a local diner where Beth ‘Liz’ works. You know me, boy-meets-girl romances just aren’t my thing.
Butterface by Gwen Hayes. Sirsangel Jan 17, Why couldn’t it have gone on longer?! Jan 01, Ala added it Shelves: To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
Nov 23, Angel Graham rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Now that I’ve read and sampled her writing, I think my expectation for her upcoming book, Falling Under, just shot up so high. Life goes on though for both Beth and Lucky and even though as I was going form one page to another, wishing it not to end I knew that something was still unfinished. She keeps her hair messy as a curtain to help hid the scars from the deformity.
I would have liked this story to be longer. So he shut up. It was ok it was good but way too predictable!
Butterface by Gwen Hayes – FictionDB
Lucky wasn’t always clear on girlspeak, but he thought she was trying to tell him something important. Wikipedia in English None. This story is about falling, unexpectedly for someone you never thought you’d go for.
Overall, I really enjoyed Butterface and would totally read it again. If I’m wrong, please let me know, because this error is the reason why I’m not giving the story 5 stars. To butteerface other hayees questions about Butterfaceplease sign up. Il particolare da non dimenticare? It is the second most common facial birth defect after clefts, with an incidence in the range of 1 in to Hages didn’t like how shallow this short story came across, but I did like the overall feel of the characters.
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.
She was born with hemifacial microsomia and was supposed to feel “lucky” that she wasn’t as disfigured as some people. He works hard to maintain his grades, and subsequently spends a great deal of time at a local diner where Beth ‘Liz’ works. No trivia or quizzes yet.
Want to Read saving…. Things happened between Beth and Lucky Butterface is more than I expected it to be. A woman and a man meet, fall in love, there occurs something dividing them, but in the end they resolve it and live happily ever after. Lucas ‘Lucky’ O’Leary was as beth would put it a soccer god, he had everything going for him. It was sweet and short and the plotline was great but it just really flat.
Butterface by Gwen Hayes (3 star ratings)
Kindle Edition29 pages. And I think because it was so short it lacked progress and anything that could possibly emit empathy from the reader. It is a short and sweet romance story, and I am looking forward to seeing more from Gwen Hayes in the future.
Gwen is so good at writing those! I wanted to scream – ‘you go girl, don’t let anyone hurt you, you’re so much more stronger and better than that!! Lucas ‘Lucky’ O’Leary has left his small town and moved to a college with a soccer scholarship.
Fun every so often but I so rarely go wild for them. He’s a student on scholarship and a jock. Born with hemifacial microsomia, the scars in her face So yeah, the novella was just okay, nothing great and pretty much forgettable.