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Overall, Butterface is an enjoyable and quick read. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Sep 22, Angela rated it really liked it Shelves: They were so cute with each other. Sirsangel Jan 17, Why couldn’t it have gone on longer?! Gwen Hayes is such an excellent writer she manages to make you care for these characters in spite of this being a short story. Only Lucky has a secret–he needs t When love isn’t lucky One boy, Lucky O’Leary, starts to find the cracks in her hard shell and finds himself falling for her.

She wanted to kick her own ass. First off, I hwen think having a couple of scars on one’s face and a somewhat rigid jawline makes anyone a butterface.

Butterface – Gwen Hayes

If you interrupt with what you think might be a reasonable question like, Do all waitresses have pen names? I didn’t know it was only 30 pages when I started, I wanted it to be more. Used to being in each other’s presence, a casual friendship erupts. I am not familiar with those challenges.

She keeps her hair pulled in front of her face and tries to disguise her insecurity with a sharp wit. Honestly I didn’t mind that it was short it was nice and refreshing and I enjoyed it thoroughly!!! Sometimes a short story is just what you need between books and I highly recommend this one.


This is one of the best books, I’ve read in a while. What’s Beth’s whole story? Always sticking to the 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.

Butterface by Gwen Hayes. Everything changes when Lucky’s teammates make things a lot worse. I have a hook nose. My only real problem with Butterface was that it was so short and that everything happened so fast.

No one gets shot and only realizes that they were meant for the other person when they’re near their deathbed.


Es una historia linda, corta pero linda. Butterface is a cute and touching story about Beth, a teenage girl with a facial deformity.

She has resigned herself to being one of the girls that will never be noticed for her beauty. Even if you weren’t planning on kissing them.

Guy meets girl, guy likes girl, girl has facial scars, guy’s douchey soccer mates want him to invite her to the “Dog Dinner” because she’s ugly 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.

Members Reviews Popularity Average rating Mentions 42 83. Three quotes for those of you who are interested: Butterface affected me just as much as any page story. Books by Gwen Hayes. May 26, Aideeeee rated it it was ok Shelves: It was heartbreaking to read how Beth holds her head at a certain angle, making sure her imperfections won’t be easy to notice. Il classico bravo ragazzo da venerare. I wish this book would’ve been longer.


I liked the story though, very cute. How did they start conversing so well? Jan 10, Iva rated it it was amazing Shelves: What I mean is that she had h Butterface is a novella which doesn’t really make any sense to me. No trivia or quizzes yet. You’ll be proud of the both of them and might even shed a tear or two. I like that Lucky likes Butterfcae as a friend first, after weeks of talking with her.

Normally it wouldn’t have been such a big deal, but the whole story was built on it. Open Preview See a Problem? The story follows Lucus being peer- Lucas ‘Lucky’ O’Leary has left his small town and moved to a college with a soccer scholarship.

Lucky O’Leary is a diligent college vutterface who goes to a diner each night to study. The story follows Lucus being peer- Lucas ‘Lucky’ O’Leary has left his small town and moved to a college with a soccer scholarship.