When a mishap in the mail brings Geena into Ellis's life, neither realizes how much they need each other. With her marriage in tatters, Geena is still recovering from the sudden loss of her son. Ellis has been alone in the world since the death of his mother, and as he approaches his twilight years, the routine of everyday life has replaced the relationships he might once have known. When that routine is thrown into disarray by changes at the Thomas Edison Winter Estate, where Ellis works as a tour guide, he is lost until Geena brings courage and independence back into his life. For Geena, caring for Ellis is the salve on her own wounds.

In a fascinating tale of fate and second chances, Ad Hudler weaves an intricate web showing the importance of friendship, family, and the need to accept one another, flaws and all.

"This heartwarming novel radiates wit and charm."
--Romantic Times Book Club (Top Pick)

"An incredible work of women's fiction, which happens to be written by a man."
--Pages magazine

"Simply enchanting. There is a quiet kind of magic in this poignant novel. Ad Hudler's prose swoops effortlessly between the voices of two brilliantly conceived characters, between past and present, between loss and triumph.
--Bev Marshall,
author of
Right as Rain
Hot Fudge Sundae Blues

"One of the freshest voices in women's fiction is coming from a man. (All This Belongs to Me) is funny, moving, insightful, sweet, and immensely satisfying."
--Susan Elizabeth Phillips,
New York Times-bestselling author of
Ain't She Sweet?