Saturday, December 7, 2013

Christmas On 4th Street by Susan Mallery

Christmas on 4th Street coverChristmas can be a magical time of year. At least that’s the way Noelle Perkins sees it, especially since her store – The Christmas Attic – is booming.

The charming voice of narrator Tanya Eby enhances this story of family, friends, love and Christmas magic. She gives each character their own unique voice and beautifully articulates their emotions.

Given a second chance at life, Noelle tackles each day with a positive outlook. She’s happy with her life just the way it is until she encounters Gabriel Boylan. The handsome Army doctor is visiting his brother in town for the holidays. Recuperating from a hand injury, Gabriel tends to look at life in a negative way.

Not wanting to be around his family any more than he just has to, Gabriel goes to work for Noelle helping out in her shop. As the holiday quickly passes, the sparks fly between Noelle and Gabriel. Knowing he’s leaving soon, Noelle can’t stop falling in love with him. Meanwhile, Gabriel battles his own demons of why love would never with Noelle.

CHRISTMAS ON 4th STREET is another installment in author Susan Mallery’s Fool’s Gold Romance series, but is a standalone story. New readers/listeners to the series aren’t left in the dark by references to characters from earlier stories.

This is a lighthearted Christmas story blended with romance and humor for an enchanting adventure.

Author Susan Mallery’s website is

Christmas On 4th Street by Susan Mallery, A Fool’s Gold Romance, Performed by Tanya Eby, Brilliance Audio, @2013, ISBN: 978-1480502284, Unabridged, 6 Discs, Listening Time: 6 Hours and 58 Minutes 

FTC Full Disclosure - This audio book was sent to me by the publisher in hopes I would review it. However, receiving the complimentary copy did not influence my review.

Thanks so much for visiting today. Do you have a favorite Christmas romance you read each year?


  1. Sounds like a great read. I love the cover!

  2. This sounds really good. I don't have a favorite Christmas romance, although I still enjoy reading "Twas the Night Before Christmas" every year. :)


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