Christmas on 4th Street by Susan Mallery

Christmas on 4th Street (Fools Gold #12.5)
There's nowhere better to spend the holidays than with New York Timesbestselling author Susan Mallery in the town of Fool's Gold, where love is always waiting to be unwrapped... Noelle Perkins just got a second chance at life, and she intends to make the most of every minute. That's why she ditched a frustrating legal career to open her own store in Fool's Gold, California. The Christmas Attic celebrates everything that's magical about her favorite season. Business is booming, and as a bonus, gorgeous army doctor Gabriel Boylan has offered to help out during the holiday rush. 

Gabriel's memories of Christmas past contain more sour grapes than sugar plums, thanks to a drill sergeant father who ran his home like a boot camp. Spending the holidays with his family while he recuperates from injury sounds as appetizing as last year's eggnog. Still, there are some enjoyable distractions in town, including sunny, sexy Noelle...and the red-hot mistletoe kisses they can't stop sharing. 

Gabriel didn't think he was made for happily-ever-afters. But when fate hands you a love as sweet and surprising as this, only a fool could refuse...

Review:
I love this series so much that I could not wait to read Gabriel story. Gabriel is Gideon brother. He is in the military, but he is the doctor. He feel he is losing his selve because he cannot connect to any emotion at all. However, everything changes when he meets Noelle. They definitely attracted to each other that their conversation is so hilarious and cute. Gabriel is afraid to commit to her that it is Noelle who fight for this relationship. Noelle been through a lot that she lives in the moment because she know life is short that only happiness count. She is definitely helping Gabriel! They are perfect for each other. Also, we get to see the other character throughout the novel. Good read.

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