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Sep 10, Lynette rated it it was amazing. Even if you weren’t planning on kissing them.

Es una historia linda, corta pero linda. Want to Read saving…. And that word is the kiss of death to any make-out session you’d been hoping to have later that night. Butterface was a short and sweet novella. This was gwrn good story It’s good I’m telling you!

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. Il classico bravo ragazzo da venerare.

He has yet to learn how to stand up for what is right. How can Lucas possibly tell her that his friends put im up to bringing her 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.


Can’t you stop thinking about it? Beth works at the butterace that Lucky frequents and they become friends. I also genuinely liked Lucky and understood his thought process throughout “Butterface.


Sometimes a short story is just what you need between books and I highly recommend this one. It is just very hard to believe that he was as tied down as it was implied. For Lucas “Lucky” O’Leary things have just been falling into place without much of an effort all his hajes.

It was well written and I enjoyed it. How did they start conversing so well? Oct 25, Dani rated it really liked it Shelves: 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 had surgery and even though she remains the bu of jokes for the ignorant; she is better off than she was ever before.

The soccer scholarship is paying his college tuition–he HAS to stay on the team. At all costs, when it comes to girls, avoid being told nevermind. Gwen also edits kissing books. I liked Beth and Lucky right from the get go. Wikipedia in English None. Actually, I probably could have handled twice the length yb in this case I think I would have welcomed it. I liked the development of Beth and Lucky’s relationship, as well as their character.

I didn’t like how shallow this short story came across, but I did like the overall feel of the characters. I don’t think Beth is ugly.


Jul 24, Kaitlyn Francis rated it it was amazing Shelves: Beth waits tables at the diner Lucas spends most of his time studying and a fragile friendship blossoms. And we have Lucas O’Leary called Lucky, because that’s what he usually is – lucky.


Lucky is Beth’s friend, a good-looking, athletic, and all around nice guy. 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.

Anyone in need of a short pick-me-up story. As buttterface as I know it’s called “hemifacial microsOmia” instead of “hemifacial microsAmia”. Butterface was a short and sweet novella.

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Only Lucky has a secret–he needs to bring Beth to a “dog dinner” or lose his spot on the team. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

I really enjoyed this short story. More background info on the main characters, above where they came from, their families, why Beth worked so much, just No one gets shot and only realizes that they were meant for the other person when they’re near their deathbed. This was a beautiful butterfacr about seeing the beauty that is inside a person and with a little luck anything is possible. She will shut down and say, Nevermind.

She could have written it longer, couldn’t she? Now that I’ve read and sampled her writing, I think my expectation for her upcoming book, Falling Under, just shot up so high. Beth is a shy, quiet girl with gweb serious personal issues.