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Sign up for LibraryThing to find out whether you’ll like this book. Elizabeth Anderson was born with Hemifacial Microsamia, a facial deformity. She had managed to not be butetrface with the kidney and hear problems that plagued some patients with this birth defect. She keeps her hair messy as a curtain to help hid the scars from the deformity.
She had learned how to hide the buttegface of her face by camouflaging it with the hair in different ways, how she held her neck, her cheek.
Anything that would soften the profile she had. I remember going home I tears after not only kids but teachers made fun of me and my speech impediment. Hayes managed to show us so quickly, and satisfactorily the two main characters and get us to gwdn them is a testament to her writing ability.
Thank you, Gwen, for writing a story about an imperfect looking heroine. Sirsangel Jan 17, Why couldn’t it byy gone on longer?! This yayes so short and so sweet. But it ended before it barely began. 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. I enjoyed the characters of Beth and Lucky, and I loved that their relationship never seemed forced or like they didn’t have chemistry.
They were so cute with each other. My only real problem with Butterface was that it was so short and that everything happened so fast. All in all, it really was a cute story, and I 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.
Also, I understand the 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 become, while the romance played a more secondary role. Overall, Butterface is an enjoyable and quick read. Lucky has a secret–if he doesn’t bring Beth to the “dog dinner” party his roommates are having, he’s off the team.
The soccer scholarship is paying his college tuition–he HAS to stay on the team. But if Beth ever finds out she’s his entry in the contest for ugliest date, he stands to lose even more. Home Groups Talk Hayez.
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