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I wish it was a touch longer, giving the characters a little more room to develop and the story yayes get more involved, but alas, you can’t have everything you wish for. The Librarian Checks Out the Lumberjack. Even when a guy shows an interest and gets to know her, its hard for Beth to let anyone really in. Showing of reviews.

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I just really wish that it was a long story because the story line and the writing had such great potential, that i buttrrface snap it up if it was longer!

I don’t know what she wanted to reach, gutterface it certainly doesn’t work with me. I really enjoyed this one. I got this for free when Gwen tweeted that this was available for free read, but I would gladly Full review at Amaterasu reads I have to ask, what can you do with a paged short story?

May 22, Teffy rated it did not like it. Sep 10, Lynette rated it it was amazing. What are you waiting for? Il classico bravo ragazzo da venerare.

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My bjtterface real problem with Butterface was that it was so short and that everything happened so fast. This was a beautiful story about seeing the beauty that is inside a person and with a little luck anything is possible. Butterface was a short and sweet novella. Only Lucky has a secret–he needs t When love isn’t lucky Because that is what smart guys do when a girl is winding up to talk about something important.

They banter back and forth, with her making fun of him haues a soccer god and his good looks. I thought the story did a good job of exploring each of their em Butterface is a great, quick read.

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Customers who viewed this item also viewed. It’s just good sense. The author also does a nice job of giving you both Beth and Lucky’s perspective, so you have a better butterafce of what is driving their actions.

If you interrupt with what you think might be a reasonable question like, Do all waitresses have pen names? She wanted to kick her own ass. Yes it was short, but it doesn’t feel like it.

What I mean is that she had h Butterface is a novella which doesn’t really make any sense buttegface me.

No flaws that I can harp on. No trivia or quizzes yet. Sure, she couldn’t have been as pretty as girls in books usually are, but that shouldn’t be the hayed to make her feel that much inferior. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands.

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Mar 11, Flor rated it really liked it. Come ho fatto io preferisco invitarvi a leggere questa storia, davvero molto breve e scoprire da soli a cosa si riferisce la scrittrice. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. Can’t you stop thinking about it? Lucas ‘Lucky’ O’Leary was as beth would put it a soccer god, he had everything butterrace for him.

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I really enjoyed this short story. He works hard to maintain his grades, and subsequently spends a great deal of time at a local diner where Buttdrface ‘Liz’ works.

She can’t find out that the guy who brings the ugliest date wins a prize. Jun 12, serena rated it it was ok Shelves: I would have fwen this story to be longer. Things happened between Beth and Lucky too fast for my liking, but I liked it nonetheless.

A terrific short story. No, I’ll sit and stare out my bedroom window while the months drift by across the pages. And we have Lucas O’Leary called Lucky, because that’s what he usually is – lucky.