The Real Winner

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Pete Baxter never wanted a dog, and he was not at all pleased when his wife brought home a puppy. A story of one man's love, and the lengths to which it took him.

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Words: 9,290
Language: Australian English
ISBN: 9781370328475
About Tabitha Ormiston-Smith

Tabitha Ormiston-Smith was born and continues to age. Dividing her time between her houses in Melbourne and the country, she is ably assisted in her editing business and her other endeavours by Ferret, the three-legged bandit.

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Review by: Toni Underhill on Feb. 17, 2017 :
Lovely read and very touching. Also having Irish Wolfhounds (3) as family members I can totally attest to the bond with these amazing creatures so well described by the author. Might have even shed a tear or two as I read.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: L.A. Millheim on Nov. 20, 2016 :
A charming story about true love and finding out what is important in your life before it's too late. Amazingly well thought out and revealed, characters nicely developed and tastefully drawn. Being owned by Wolfhounds myself I can answer that last question. He knows and it doesn't matter. Lovely story.
(reviewed 49 days after purchase)

Review by: TiggaD on Oct. 07, 2016 :
This short story just nails it...
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)

Review by: TiggaD on Oct. 07, 2016 : (no rating)
This short story just nails it...
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)

Review by: Louise on Oct. 03, 2016 : (no rating)
A fantastic read. Brilliantly written well done - thank you!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: colliehound on Sep. 28, 2016 : (no rating)
Having read, and thoroughly enjoyed 'Kings Ransom', also by Tabitha Ormiston-Smith, I was keen to go on and read another of her tales. Very different to Kings Ransom, this short story about a man's relationship with his dog brought tears to my eyes, as it so truly reflects the wonderful bond that can exist between a dog and his human. More than that, it encourages reflection on life, and what is really important. Descriptive and haunting at times, I would recommend this as prior reading to anyone thinking of sharing their home with a dog for the first time.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)

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