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Butterface by Gwen Hayes. A woman and a man meet, fall in love, there occurs something dividing them, but in the end they resolve it and live happily ever after. They each have a journey of self discovery that is moving and realistic. It all cleared out and I could finally continue breathing again. I enjoyed the characters of Beth and Lucky, and I loved that hayss relationship never seemed forced or like they didn’t have chemistry. I mean am I supposed to take it and be okay with it?

Lucky takes the jibes in stride and fusses over the fact that Beth works too much. No one gets shot and only realizes that they were meant for the other person when they’re near their deathbed. I got this for free when Gwen tweeted that this was available for free read, but Butterfacw would gladly Full review at Amaterasu reads I have to ask, what can you do with a paged short story?

Yes it was short, but it doesn’t feel like it. It was well written and I enjoyed it. Lucky goes there to get away from the frat-boy parties and antics that go on each night at his house.

It set fire to her blood and melted her bones into molten lava.


Return to Book Page. This story is about falling, unexpectedly for someo I loved hayss story! I bought my copy through ebooks so when I looked down to see I was over sixty percent done with it after a couple of pages, I was disappointed.

Butterface is a cute and touching story about Beth, a teenage girl with a facial deformity.

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A terrific short story. I really like that Beth gets confidence If I had known this was so short, I think i would have read it ages ago. I would have liked this story to be longer. I Agree This site uses cookies to deliver our services, improve performance, for analytics, and if not signed in for advertising.


I don’t know what this was about, but I never would’ve guessed that the pretty as a picture girl on the cover would’ve made it to a “dog dinner. No, I’ll sit and stare out my bedroom window while the months drift by across the pages. For Lucas “Lucky” O’Leary things have just been falling into place without much of an effort all his life.

So he shut up. Beth was born with a childhood illness that left her face physically scarred, and she feels like she has to put people at a distance because she doesn’t feel pretty. Mar 11, Flor rated it really liked it. 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.

Gwen also edits kissing books. I really liked this book, although it was really short the message within it still gets across. Even though I thought that Lucky was a little too good to be true I appreciated the message in the story-telling.


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. Their Butterface is a cute and touching story about Beth, a teenage girl with a facial deformity. You’ll be proud of the both of them and might even shed a tear or two.

Refresh and try again. Even though he was forced to do ggwen, he lost respect for himself. And I think because it was so short it lacked progress and anything that could possibly emit empathy from the reader.

It’s 19 pages of a beautifully woven tale about a girl bearing the scars of a childhood deformity, with a boy who finds himself falling for her, and yet gwrn into a deal that could hurt the person he calls his friend. But it ended before it barely began.

They really can show off the beauty and power of words and storytelling! If severe it can lead to difficulties in breathing, obstructing the trachea and requiring a tracheotomy.

She keeps her hair messy as a curtain to help hid the scars from the deformity. I don’t know what this was about, but I never would’ve guessed that the pretty as a picture girl on the cover would’ve made it to a “dog dinner. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. The meaning of the two words: