Genre: YA Contemporary
Published by Entangled Teen
Published on December 4th, 2017
After her mother’s plane went missing over the Indian Ocean, seventeen-year-old Sienna Jones gave up everything she loved about living in California. No more surfing. No more swimming. No more ocean, period. Playing it safe, hiding from the world, is the best call.
Until her dad throws down the challenge of a lifetime: spend the summer with his humanitarian team in Indonesia, working with orphans who lost everything in a massive tsunami.
The day they arrive, Sienna meets a mysterious boy named Deni, whose dark, intense eyes make her heart race. Their stolen nights force her to open up and live in a way she thought she couldn’t anymore. When she’s with Deni, she remembers the girl she used to be…and starts to feel like the woman he sees in her.
A woman he wants for his own.
But when Deni’s past comes looking for him, Sienna’s faced with losing another person she loves. She can’t do it. Not again.
Fortunately, this time, she has a plan.
About the Author:
Her first novel, SEA (Putnam), was a Gateway Readers Award Finalist & Northern California Book of the Year nominee, was a Summer 2010 Indie Next Pick and a Goodreads “Mover and Shaker”.
We are scheduling a blog tour for Where I Found You (Sea #1) by Heidi R. Kling. The tour is scheduled for December 4th through December 15th. 20 tour hosts may participate in this event through reviews, interviews, guest posts, and spotlight posts.
*Review copies are in the form of NetGalley widgets*
Wonder Struck – Spotlight Post
YaReads – Spotlight Post
Childishly Passionate – Review
Just One More Chapter – Spotlight Post
RoloPoloBookBlog – Spotlight Post
The Hermit Librarian – Spotlight Post
Reading for the Stars and Moon – Review
A Dream Within A Dream – Spotlight Post
Bookblogarama – Spotlight Post
Stain On The Page – Review
Smada’s Book Smack – Guest Post
2 Cooks Crafting Books – Review
Eru Books and Recs – Review
Never Too Many To Read – Spotlight Post
Cindy’s Love of Books – Review
Book-Keeping – Review
Fiction and Film – Interview
BookCrushin – Guest Post
Dani Reviews Things – Review
Fan-Girl-Tabulous – Review