“The Last Cheater’s Waltz: Trusting Dog, Trusting Self,” by Kay Rutherford

(La reseña en Español está en la parte inferior)

Most negative situations have a few positives, and “The Last Cheater’s Waltz: Trusting Dog, Trusting Self,” by Kay Rutherford, confirms this. Her story will touch your heart. “What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.”

Kay Rutherford shares a personal and professional experience of infidelity, betrayals not easy to manage, including abuse, loss and of course, heartbreak.

Character Annie journeys through the belief that she and Will have an exclusive relationship. After four years, she  realizes Will has fooled her – as well as other women – with his charm. This discovery shakes her world, but she determines to keep her soul intact and eventually walks away with her sled dog, Babes, who teaches her more lessons than anything/anyone else.

“The Last Cheater’s Waltz: Trusting Dog, Trusting Self” is a series of short and easy to read vignettes. A favorite is the “Not So Feeble Attempts” where she lists her learned wisdoms, such as the following: “My self-respect must become greater than my love for him,” and thus, Annie learns to believe in herself.

You can learn more about Kay Rutherford, PhD, and each of her books at www.kayrutherford.com & http://www.kayrutherfordbooks.com.

Our mission is to help English writing authors reach new markets in other languages. If you have an eBook in English we can help you reach the Latino community, translating your work to Spanish. Contact us at http://www.publicatuebook.ca or at joe@publicatuebook.ca

“The Last Cheater’s Waltz: Trusting Dog, Trusting Self,” por Kay Rutherford

La mayoría de las situaciones negativas tienen algunos aspectos positivos, y “The Last Cheater’s Waltz: Trusting Dog, Trusting Self,” por Kay Rutherford, lo confirma. Su historia te va a tocar tu corazón. “Lo que no mata, te hace más fuerte.”

Kay Rutherford comparte una experiencia personal y profesional de infidelidad; traiciones que no son fáciles de manejar, incluido el abuso, la pérdida y, por supuesto, el desamor.

El personaje Annie viaja a través de la creencia de que ella y Will tienen una relación exclusiva. Después de cuatro años, se da cuenta de que Will la ha engañado – al igual que a otras mujeres – con su encanto. Este descubrimiento sacude su mundo, pero ella decide mantener su alma intacta y eventualmente se va con su perro de trineo, Babes, quien le enseña más lecciones que nadie más.

“The Last Cheater’s Waltz: Trusting Dog, Trusting Self,” es una serie de viñetas cortas y fáciles de leer. Uno de los favoritos es en “Not So Feeble Attempts”, donde la autora enumera sus sabidurías aprendidas, tales como: “El respeto por mí misma debe de ser más grande que mi amor por él”, y así, Annie aprende a creer en sí misma.

Usted puede aprender más sobre Kay Rutherford, PhD, y cada uno de sus libros en http://www.kayrutherford.com y http://www.kayrutherfordbooks.com.

Our mission is to help English writing authors reach new markets in other languages. If you have an eBook in English we can help you reach the Latino community, translating your work to Spanish. Contact us at http://www.publicatuebook.ca or at joe@publicatuebook.ca

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