The couple has a kiss cam and when the camera focuses on the two of them neither wants to kiss, until they do and Ford gives Gina his all. Gina has spent her life being bullied, the brunt of every joke possible because of her face.
We get the idea in general but not a graphic image of her shortcoming.
Gina is a self confessed ugly duckling and is the constant spotlight for cruel jokes and jibes about the way she looks.
I related so much to Gina in more ways than one, so I appreciated her struggles with the way she felt about her looks and what she had been through in the past, as someone who is challenged in that way too, it touched me deeply and made me emotional at times.
I understood her lack of trust when it came to believing Ford's attraction to her, and the humour she used to cover up the pain.
If it feels right Love is truly a splendid but complicated thing, as we learn from this magnificent book by Avery Flynn.
Butterface is basically a tale of two people who are completely the opposite in looks, and personality, heck even their families are kind of different but the same in loyalty.