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Normally it wouldn’t have been bwen a big deal, but the whole story was built on it. He’s not your average jock student. Loved the concept of this very short story but I wanted more. Overall, Butterface is an enjoyable and quick read. What I mean is that she had h Butterface is a novella which doesn’t really make any sense to me. What other items do customers buy after viewing this item? Your use of the site and services is subject to these policies and terms.
Beth is a high-school senior working as a waitress at the diner Lucky goes to each night. If you want to know what happens buy the darn book.
But still it makes her feel really insecure. Learn more about Amazon Giveaway.
Nowadays it’s hard to find an ugly hero or at least an attempt for it. Butterface is more than I hayrs it to be.
I don’t think Beth is ugly. I liked the sweet romance and appreciated the emotional rollercoaster that Beth and Haayes went on. Refresh and try again. Reading the blurb for Butterface made me both smile and cringe. Sign up for LibraryThing to find out whether you’ll like this book.
It was just a whirl of the whole cliche– popular boy falls in love with not-so-attractive girl.
Elizabeth Anderson was born with Hemifacial Microsamia, a facial deformity. No worries – in a good way. For more help see the Common Knowledge help page. Gwen Hayes April 21, Publication Date: Beth was born with a hemifacial microsamia which she is very self conscious about.
She had learned how to hide the asymmetry of her face by camouflaging it with the hair in different ways, how she held her neck, her cheek.
Also, I understand the story was more about the two main characters coming to grips with who they are as people and the kind of people they want to be, while the romance played a more secondary role. But it ended before it barely began. I totally got where the author was coming from – and she did a good job of it – it was just too abrupt for me.
Despite this, however, their’s was a rather sweet, little romance.
The author also does a nice job of giving you both Beth and Lucky’s perspective, so you have a better sense of what is driving their actions. Butterface does all that and more.
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When love isn’t lucky But when his “brothers” tell him to bring Beth to a party which involves judging the ugliest date at the event, Lucky has his hands full because he doesn’t want to hurt her, but he doesn’t want to lose his spot on the soccer team.
Butterface is a cute and touching story about Beth, a teenage girl with a facial deformity. What’s a guy to do? I will always remember the scene in the bathroom when Lili Taylor realises why Butterfacw Phoenix brought her to the party, and I was waiting anxiously for that horrible moment to happen to Beth.
Lucky is a freshman in college butterfaxe he’s there because of a soccer scholarship.