[Epub] ➞ Fear of Falling (White Cairns Ski School, #2) By Roz Marshall – 91videos.co

Fiona Easton Is A Contradiction A Ski Instructor Who S Scared Of Heights And A Passionate Woman Who S Afraid Of Intimacy Recovered From A Life Altering Heartbreak, It S Time For Her To Return To Work At White Cairns Ski School In ScotlandBut A Lost Child, A Legendary Scot And An Approaching Blizzard Force Her To Face Her Fears, And Re Examine Her Dreams Dreams Which Are Hanging By A Cobweb Thin Thread Fear Of Falling Is The Nd Novella From The Secrets In The Snow Series About A Scottish Snowsports School Whilst This Is A Stand Alone Book, You Might Enjoy Reading The Series From The First Episode, Winter Arrives Episodes , And Short Stories Are Also Available The Series Will Complete In With Episode


10 thoughts on “Fear of Falling (White Cairns Ski School, #2)

  1. says:

    When your afraid of heights.A young boy goes missing on the ski slope A blizzard moved in Fiona the ski instructor, rushes back up the slope to find him She does but must confront her fear to the the boy Can she do itnot without the boys help Wonderfully written about panic and fear and overcoming it With good twists


  2. says:

    4 starI purchased Fear of Falling by Roz Marshall and this review was given freely.This suspenseful excerpt features Fiona and indicates some tragedy in the recent past for both Fiona and for Mike as well as Fiona s fear of heights The answers are finally provided at the end.


  3. says:

    Fear of Falling is the second instalment in Roz Marshall s addictive new White Cairns Ski School series, but don t be fooled into thinking you need to read the first book to dive straight into this little gem Each episode seems to serve as a stand alone story, and while there seems to be an over arcing plot emerging, each episode has its own self contained story Reading the first book will certainly provide you with some insight, but feel free to give either way a go In this episode we are introduced to a new protagonist who does feature in episode one , Fiona, a ski instructor at the school When instructing a class of school children, one of her charges goes missing in a storm, bringing up a whole host of recent traumas for Fiona, who is determined to find him But in her determination to save the young child, she puts herself in peril, as the slopes often hide hidden dangers that remain unseen until it is too late.Again, Marshall s writing is something to be marvelled at she manages to fit in so much action and emotion but weaves it in a way that you barely notice your heart jumping into your throat until it s there and thumping hard A fabulous talent for giving just enough information to intrigue and drag you along for the ride makes this a truly compelling read I just HAD to know the answers Much action packed than the first what I would call introductory episode this will certainly appeal to new readers Not only would I recommend this to those who have read and enjoyed the first episode as a continuation where you will delve further into characters who you have met before, I would recommend this as a stand alone short story for lovers of sporting action books everywhere.


  4. says:

    I love the way each episode helps the reader learn about different characters Fiona has such a mothering instinct A girl in her group doesn t want to participate and Fiona coaxes her into it but talking to her and figuring out the issue and a solution When a child is lost in her group at the start of a big storm, she does what she can to rescue him I love the way this ski team really seems like family They care and look out for one another and that relationship is very endearing I received a copy from the author in exchange for an honest review


  5. says:

    A great story, following on from episode 1 , with the same characters, but a different focus, so that other characters come to the fore In this adventure, Fiona takes centre stage, and we find out a little about her story can t say than that really.These stories do stand alone, but work best read in order for the character development.I m starting to develop favourites and also hoping for certain storylines to come out in a certain way Looking forward to episode 3


  6. says:

    I have quickly fallen in love with the series of short reads Each one gives you a little clue into a different characters life at the ski resort This short is very heart warming and will quickly pull you in I recommend this series to anyone if you like skiing or not WaAR


  7. says:

    I received a copy of this book as a gift from the author and this is my honest and voluntary review.In Fear of Falling, the second in the Secrets in the Snow series, Fiona has to overcome her deepest fears to find Johnny, one of her skiing students who has gone missing I did find that I became agitated when the story jumped backwards and forwards to other characters in the series as I really wanted to know that Fiona was going to find Johnny, but through it all, the story in fact brought out facets of the other characters lives, which did satisfy the mother in me As the saying goes, every cloud has a silver lining , and although Fiona had to go through an enormous ordeal, she found answers to problems she didn t even know she had.Fear of Falling is part of series, however this episode can be read as a stand alone It has a satisfying ending.


  8. says:

    I received a free copy of this eBook in exchange for an honest review.Like Winter Arrives, the first episode in the White Cairns series, Fear of Falling was well written and enjoyable.This episode centres on Fiona, one of the instructors at White Cairns Snow School and the tragedy that befalls her on her first day back at work The story has a decent level of drama and suspense.At the beginning of Fear of Falling, the reader picks up on clues that Fiona seems to have had a miscarriage and is going back to work after consequently taking some time off On her first day back, she is in charge of a school group and all seems to be going well with their lessons until a blizzard comes in Naturally, all the ski groups start to head towards the bottom of their respective mountains but halfway down, Fiona notices that there is a child missing from her group She bravely endeavours to find her way back up the mountain and search for the absent boy What happens on the mountain has the potential to change her perspective on and the way she lives her life.Fear of Falling was absorbing and leaves you wanting It allowed greater insight into the characters than Winter Arrives and you really start to get to know them and their quirks.I do have one criticism The reader is often bounced around between the different characters immediate situations On the one hand, this is nice as it gives you an overview of everything that is happening at the same time, rather than reading about a long period of time and then being sent a few hours into the past On the other hand, however, I felt that sometimes too short a period of time was spent with each situation and being moved around so much made the narrative somewhat jerky On occasion, you d be transported to another scene while something was still happening in the scene you were in This shift provided an element of suspense, but the moment didn t seem like it called for suspense.With the exception of that which, in fairness, is probably mostly to do with personal preference , I really enjoyed the book and look forward to the next episode.


  9. says:

    Again, I hope I m not falling foul of some GR etiquette by leaving a review of my own book, but if you ve read it, I d like to say a huge thank you and I hope that you enjoyed Fear of Falling.If you like it, it would help immensely if you could leave a review and spread the word This story was actually the first one that I wrote, although chronologically it s the 2nd episode, but I realised that I needed an introductory episode first, so readers could meet all the characters and find out how they got there and a bit about the ski school hence Winter Arrives Ep1 which you should read first if you can However, this story Fear of Falling also has a plot arc of its own, and so it can be read as a stand alone story.In between Episodes 1 and 2 there are two short stories Skiing with Santa , which, unsurprisingly, is a Christmas story and A Dream for Hogmanay which is set on New Year s Eve in White Cairns.The episode following this one, My Snowy Valentine does what it says on the tin and focuses on Valentine s Day in the ski resort.Episode 4 will be released in early June 2014 There will be 6 episodes in the series in total.


  10. says:

    Sweet episodeThese stories are clips of the total story Short, but an easy read and they build on each other, but you wind up reading a bunch to get the whole story I wish they were just one book.