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It’s third person point-of-view, but at one part, it was butterfzce. Butterface by Gwen Hayes Members. It is just very hard to believe that he was as tied down as it was implied.

She keeps her hair messy as a curtain to help hid the scars from the deformity. This story may be shorter than most, but to me it’s the perfect size. At this rate, she was never going to be a lesbian. Jun 26, Jillian -always aspiring- rated it liked it Recommends it for: Beth was so strong I had tears in my eyes aaaaggrhh – she managed to walk out with her head held high.

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Good looks, talent on the field and was able to gain a hayea so being on the team was something he needed. Sometimes a short story is just what you need between books and I highly recommend this one. Lucky takes the jibes in stride and fusses over the fact that Beth works too much. While impressed by the character development Hayes was able to accomplish in such a short word count, I felt the story itself was a little rushed and wished for more development, particularly in the individual growth and realizations of Beth.


Anyone in need of a short pick-me-up story. I did enjoy this and it was nicely written, and I liked the characters a lot. As time passes though the friendship blossoms into something more, even Lucky can’t believe his luck when getting to know her. I have a feeling I won’t be disappointed though. Then again, Lucas was no innocent and I hoped he would be able to redeem himself I’m not telling! They each have a journey of self discovery that is moving and realistic.

Needless to say that things don’t go quite according to plan Lucky is sincere, sweet and caring, he worries about Beth working too hard and doesn’t really care about the scars and even though Beth’s not his type at all he somehow fells attracted to hates. Overall, Butterface is an enjoyable and quick read.

I was so happy with the ending though, finally realizing his biggest lost in life was losing Beth to the antics of his own teammates. I wanted to scream – ‘you go girl, don’t let anyone hurt butterfacr, you’re so much more stronger and better than that!!

Guy meets girl, guy likes girl, girl has facial scars, guy’s douchey soccer mates I just christened my kindle-for-PC by reading this! I also genuinely liked Lucky and understood his thought process throughout “Butterface. I liked the sweet romance and appreciated the emotional rollercoaster that Beth and Lucus went on. No current Talk conversations about this book. I Agree This site uses cookies to deliver our services, improve performance, for analytics, and if not signed in for advertising.

My only complaint really is that it was way too short. Beth was born with hemifacial microsomia which for those who don’t know what it looks like see below Beth covers her scars and ultimately deems herself unworthy of ‘soccer-god’ Lucus. Lucky breaks through the wall that Beth hides behind, finally sees her as more than a friend all thanks to a pink tank top. 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.


Butterface by Gwen Hayes is a book about a girl I can understand. It set fire buttercace her blood and melted her bones into molten lava. Needless to say, I had some serious issues with the whole butterface thing considering she was portrayed as a mature protagonist. Still, Lucky left me feeling angry at him because of how things turned out for him at the end. Why doesn’t he judge Beth when he first meets her?

Beth is used to hiding herself from the world. I enjoyed reading this short story, I just wish it wasn’t so short. More background info on the main characters, above where they came from, their families, why Beth worked so much, just Mar 11, Flor rated it really liked it. I really like that Beth gets confidence in herself.

I like Lucky and how he loved Beth despite her physical imperfections. Yes it was short, but it doesn’t feel like it.

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. So he shut up.