The book 1
The book is about how Rosie has beat the odds, with the support of family, friends and her faith. Jenni's little sister will tell her side of the story about the sexual abuse she suffered by Jenni's first husband, and how she dealt with her sister death, among many other things.
It's bilingual and it wil have never seen photos 2
She will also have inspirational messages and says the goal is to get more women to talk openly about their experiences with sexual abuse.
She has changed her body 3
Through her relationship with Alejandro Chabán and the Yes you can diet plan, Rivera has lost a significant amount of weight and has kept it off for the first time in her life, which she also says it has been healing.
Found a way to support herself away from Jenni´s business 5
Rosie is taking the lessons she learned while doing her radio show with La Diva de la Banda and today has her own.
She has made sexual abuse her cause 6
So much that she even got a leading part in a movie about an abused woman. She is owning her experience instead of letting the bad times own her.
She doesn't hide from mistakes 7
Like her part in Estrella TV's reality show Rica Famosa y Latina. What a disaster!
Rosie has learned to be a business woman 8
Under her watch, Jenni Rivera Enterprises has made about $300 million, after the singer's death. Rosie opened a boutique, launched a tequila brand, several CDs and DVDs, shoes, jeans, makeup and sports clothing line--and this is just the beginning.
Apologized publicly to Chiquis 9
Although Rosie Rivera never defended Chiquis when Jenni Rivera was alive, she offered her a tearful apology in February 2014, for not saying that Jenni's eldest daughter never had an affair with her stepdad Esteban Loaiza.
Her career as a preacher 11
She and her husband, Abel, preach in different churches and give conferences around the country.
Giving support to her family 12
Her social media is filled with support for her nieces, nephews and siblings.