The Finnish Line
The Finnish Line (S.A.S.S.)
The Finnish Line
Linda Gerber
When Nordic ski jumper Maureen ?Mo? Clark set foot in Finland, she breathed a sigh of relief. Finally, escape from her famous skier father?s shadow and a chance to jump in the renowned Lahti Ski Games. But Mo quickly realizes that balancing practice and classes is more challenging than she expected. So when a gorgeous bad boy teammate offers coaching assistance?for a little publicity in return?how can she refuse? Surely she can work in a few extra practices somewhere between studying for calculus and sightseeing in Finland? Amid snowmobiling and dog-sledding, ice hotels and Northern lights, Mo begins to discover what strength and perseverance?the Finnish sisu?is all about. Now it?s up to her to take that final jump and cross the finish line in style.

Book Details


  • Chick Lit
  • Fiction
  • Juvenile Fiction

Age Level: 

  • 12 and up
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Maureen Clark, otherwise known as Mo, stepped foot in Finland with two thoughts in mind: making a name for herself instead of living in her family's shadow, and jumping in the world-famous Lahti Ski Games. Between studying for her classes and her ski practices, Mo realizes that she isn't going to have as much free time to explore Finland as she thought. After jumping during practice and landing short of all of the others' distances, Maureen decides that she needs extra practice.

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