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Why couldn’t it have gone on longer?! And we have Lucas O’Leary called Lucky, because that’s what he usually is – lucky.
Beth was born with buttfrface microsomia which for those who don’t know what it looks like see below Butterfave covers her scars and ultimately deems herself unworthy of ‘soccer-god’ Lucus. Come ho fatto io preferisco invitarvi a leggere questa storia, davvero molto breve e scoprire da soli a cosa si riferisce la scrittrice.
In a nutshell, Butterface is about Lucky and Beth. 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. Dogfight is one of my favourite films owing to the relationship between the main characters and the 60s music and themes. But it ended before it barely began. Add to Your books.
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It was heartbreaking to read how Beth holds her head at a certain angle, making sure her imperfections won’t be easy to notice. It was just a whirl of the whole cliche– popular boy falls in love with not-so-attractive girl. I mean the most horrible worst! Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
Thursday night, he kissed her sweetly at her front door and she actually sighed. That buterface takes on another level when several of Lucky’s teammates come into the diner see Beth and decide that Lucky needs to invite Beth to the soccer team’s annual dog dinner. Why doesn’t he judge Beth when he first meets her? Only Lucky has a secret–he needs to bring Beth to a “dog dinner” or lose his spot on the team.
Overall, Butterface is an enjoyable and quick read. It was a wonderful read with clear messages of self respect, inner beauty, and standing up for oneself.
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Hayes managed to show us so quickly, and satisfactorily the two main characters and get us to like them is a testament to her writing ability. I totally got where the butterfafe was coming from – and she did a good job of it – it was just too abrupt for me.
Lucky takes the jibes in stride and fusses over the fact that Beth works too much.
They’re just kids, trying to make their way in a world that can often be cruel. You’ll be proud of the both of them and might even shed a butterdace or two. Jan 10, Iva rated it it was amazing Shelves: Also, I understand bufterface 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.
Beth is precious, Lucky makes me want buutterface be 18 again so that I can date him- and the dialouge is real and believable. Elizabeth Anderson was born with Hemifacial Microsamia, a facial deformity.
The meaning of the two words: Butterface is an emotional, sweet romance. Kindle Edition29 pages. Lucky wasn’t always clear on girlspeak, but he thought she was trying to tell him something important. Needless to say that things don’t go quite according to plan They each have a journey of self discovery that is moving and realistic. butterfsce
Learn more about Amazon Prime. It all cleared bbutterface and I could finally continue breathing again. Jun 26, Jillian -always aspiring- rated it liked it Recommends it for: What I mean is that she had h Butterface is a novella which doesn’t really make any sense to me. She was born with hemifacial microsomia and was supposed to feel “lucky” that she wasn’t as disfigured as some people.
Buttreface makes me the luckiest girls in the worl, doesn’t it? Sirsangel Jan 17, Why couldn’t it have gone on longer?!
I was hooked after reading the first paragraph. Good looks, talent on the field and was able to gain a scholarship so being on the team was nutterface he needed.
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Butterface is a great, quick read. I really enjoyed this short story. Loved the concept of this very short story but I wanted more. Accept yourself, believe in yourself and your worth, work on your self-confidence and live.
First off, I don’t think having a couple of scars on one’s face and a somewhat rigid jawline makes anyone a butterface. Whether he made her smile geen feel things she worked hard to not have to feel, his secret loomed over them.