All the Little Moments by G Benson

All the Little Moments by G Benson

5.00 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings
(5 customer reviews)

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Author: G Benson

A successful anaesthetist, Anna is focused on herself, her career, and her girlfriend. Everything changes abruptly when her brother’s and sister-in-law’s deaths devastate her and her family. Left responsible for her young niece and nephew, Anna finds herself dumped and alone in Melbourne, a city she doesn’t even like. She tries to navigate the shock of looking after two children battling with their grief while managing her own.

Filled with self-doubt, Anna feels as if she’s making a mess of the entire thing, especially when she collides with a long-legged stranger. Anna barely has time to brush her teeth in the morning, let alone to date a woman—least of all one who has no idea about the two kids under her care.

Just when Anna finally starts to feel as if she’s getting some control of the situation, the biggest fight begins and Anna really has to step up once and for all.

Publication Date

August 2015


epub, mobi, and pdf




132,000 words




978-3-95533-342-3 (mobi), 978-3-95533-343-0 (epub), 978-3-95533-344-7 (pdf)


Ylva Publishing

5 reviews for All the Little Moments by G Benson

  1. grldownunder19822004
    5 out of 5


    What more is there to say than this was a truly wonderful story!

  2. Ameliah Faith
    5 out of 5


    Contented sigh
    Anna’s brother and sister in law died leaving her to care for their two children. Anna had never wanted kids and in spite of the life she had in another city she moves back to step up, leaving her shallow girlfriend behind. Soon she will make true friends, a new girlfriend and start a new relationship with her mother, but through it all she makes it clear, the kids come first!

    I really loved this book. It was so sweet and romantic and mushy…. it was just soo good! I admired Anna’s strength and courage to give up everything and give her niece and nephew a stable loving life. Her new friends are also just as strong as they make their way past their own pain. Lane and Kym have each others backs and Anna’s even when she can not cope with another thing and all are there for each other even when things look the bleakest. I would love to have friends like that! I also liked how Anna was able to forgive her mother and they could move on to have a whole different kind of relationship than they did before Anna moved away. Even when things were bad their love shone through. It was all so gosh darn warm and fuzzy and I can not wait to read it again!

  3. Lauren Noble
    5 out of 5


    A truly outstanding debut with everything one hopes for in a novel! Equal parts ease-of-reading and wit,humour and heartbreak, can’t wait for the next from this author!

  4. Tara at The Lesbian Review
    5 out of 5


    All the Little Moments by G Benson is an absolute gem. It deftly and delicately explores the challenges of navigating a new life while grieving, including when joy starts to pop up again, but also provides a satisfying romance.

    Anna Foster has rushed back from a beach holiday in Indonesia because her brother and sister-in-law were killed by a drunk driver. Within a month, her life is entirely different; not only has she lost her best friends, but she’s raising their two small children alone in Melbourne, away from her happily childfree-by-choice former life with her now ex-girlfriend in Brisbane.

    One day Anna runs her shopping cart into a beautiful woman who’s flirty and funny. Lucky for her, this woman is a nurse at the hospital where she just started as an anaesthetist, and is happy to move at any speed Anna is comfortable with.

    Plenty of lesroms explore grief in the context of widowhood, but this is the first I’ve seen with a story like this. Benson nonjudgmentally explores how it’s possible to grieve for many things at once (people, a former life, the future you thought you were going to have), acknowledging that sometimes it means working through thoughts and feelings we’re not proud of. Anna’s guilt at realizing she’s starting to be happy is beautiful and sincere, something that anyone who has ever grieved will identify with.

    Full review here:

  5. Cathryn
    5 out of 5


    I cried I laughed and I read in a day. Enjoyed the whole story and could really feel the characters even little Ella. Well done over already downloaded the next

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