Where the Sea Takes me Blog Tour


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  • Book Links
  • Book Excerpt 
  • About the Author

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Book Excerpt:

Title: Where the Sea Takes Me
Author: Heidi R. Kling
Series: Sea #2
Publisher: Entangled: Teen
Publication Date: 02 April 2018
Pages: 340


Goodreads Synopsis:


For Sienna Jones, the last two years have felt like two lifetimes. 
Now, she’s finally starting to move on, diving headfirst into humanitarian missions with Team Hope, schoolwork, and maybe sort of even love. 

Things are looking up.


But then he arrives on her doorstep, the boy she left behind, and the sight of him shakes Sienna to the core.


Sparks fly. It's like no time has passed since she left him on the beach two years ago. Now she's torn between the new life she’s fought so hard to build, and the possibility of one she thought she’d never have. 


When they're both invited to join Team Hope on a mission in Cambodia, they jump at the chance to help. But when they lose their group and maybe each other, Sienna’s forced to make an impossible choice... and say goodbye to someone she loves one last time. 

Book Excerpt:

In less than two hours, Deni would be in a car with me. 
I was going to be sick.

“Sienna.” His right eye twitched. He didn’t wear glasses anymore. After laser surgery (Vera’s idea) he didn’t need them. I still wasn’t used to his eyes without the glass cover. “I honestly don’t know about his wife. I assume she’s still around. Let’s just focus on the fact he’s coming to visit, okay? It’ll only be for a few days. And then, we’re off to Cambodia.” He patted my hand. “This means you won’t get much of a break after finals, but you don’t mind showing Deni around a bit, right?” 
Did I mind? It was only what I’d dreamed of for the two years since I tore myself out of his arms on the broken shores of Banda Aceh, no matter how hard I tried to keep the memory of Deni in my past. 
“No, it’s okay.” I didn’t want to show him my range of emotion. How torn I felt. How huge this was for me to see Deni again after finally getting ready to move on with Spider. I wouldn’t want him putting Deni in a hotel. 
I felt like Dad and I should be on the same page about this summer, though. About what Spider asked. 
“Want to hear another thing making this summer interesting?” 
“Sure.”

“Spider asked me to move in with him.”

Dad choked on a popcorn kernel. “What?” he asked, sputtering. “First Deni is coming, and now a boy wants my daughter to move in with him? Your old dad is going to have a heart attack.” 
“Believe me,” I said. “None of this was my idea.” 
“Are you and Spider dating? I thought you were just good friends.” 
“Well, we aren’t dating, but... He said he wants it to be more.” 
It felt weird to talk about this with my dad, but we’d bonded in Indonesia. Things had been a lot better between us since then. 
“How do you feel?” 
I got up and started to pace. “I like Spider. I always have. But why now? Why did this have to happen the same morning we find out Deni is on his way? I mean, obviously Deni is married but still...having him here will be weird.” 
Dad considered me. “Sometimes life presents you with the perfect storm, and it’s up to you to figure out how to navigate your way through it.” 
Perfect storm? More like a tsunami. 
And I wasn’t ready. 
Excerpt #2

“Sea?” came the whispered voice. “Sea?”
Light slipped through the drapes in my dorm. Harsh, punishing, Californian morning light. Ugh. 
Someone touched my cheek. My hair. “Sea? You awake?” 
“No,” I grumbled at the cruel, whispering person. I was utterly exhausted from finals and felt like I’d shoved my head in the sand, eyes open and brain exposed. Everything felt dry and gritty and heavy. Groaning, I rolled over in the narrow, uncomfortable bed— 
—and came face to face with my best friend, Spider. 
He grinned, and his blue eyes sparkled like the sea at sunrise. “Morning, sunshine.” 
I felt myself smiling despite all the sand. 
Wait. Spider was already here? He’d planned to drive over the hill to help me move out of my dorm for the summer, but I hadn’t expected him until later. Like, during normal human hours. I squinted at the clock. “You’re reallyearly.” 
I shouldn’t have been surprised. Used to popping up at dawn to ride the waves, Spider was ready to roll, his lanky body sporting his usual shirt and shorts and hoodie. He had more energy in his pinky finger than I did in my entire body; had ever since we were kids chasing each other around the cove into the wild blue sea. He was always hard to keep up with, but this morning, I knew it’d be impossible. 
He tugged on a strand of my hair. “Yeah, well. I wanted to see you.” 
Terima Kasih, SiennaI have found you. 
Waves of warmth washed over me, quickly replaced by guilt. Blinking, I looked away. “That’s...thanks, Spider. It’s good to see you, too.” 
The last thing I wanted was for Spider to know what—or most importantly, who—I’d been dreaming about. He knew whatever had happened two years ago changed me, changed us, but I didn’t talk about it. Hell, I tried not to even think about it. 
Apparently my subconscious had other ideas. 
Lately I’d been a little stir crazy. Maybe it was my first year of college wrapping up, maybe it was the dreams, or maybe it was something else. Something more. I couldn’t shake this feeling that something huge lurked on the horizon. 
I needed to focus on that horizon. Not on the time I spent in Indonesia helping orphans. Or the fact that I fell in love with one. 
Deni...



About the Author:

Heidi R. Kling writes books about normal girls in fantastic situations. 

Her debut novel SEA (Penguin/Putnam) was a finalist for Northern California Book of the Year," an IndieNext Summer Pick, Goodreads “Mover and Shaker," Scholastic Reading Pick, and Gateway Reader’s Award Finalist among other generous accolades. SEA, which launched June, 2010, is a bittersweet love story set in the aftermath of the devastating 2004 Indonesian tsunami, and is set to relaunch with Entangled Teen December 4 as WHERE I FOUND YOU (Sea series #1) with its sequel WHERE THE SEA TAKES ME out April, 2018! 

After earning her MFA in Writing for Children from the New School in New York, Heidi returned to the Bay Area where she lives with her family in a tiny seaside village like the towns in her books.

She's also the author of the acclaimed PAINT MY BODY RED (for fans of Speak and 13 Reasons Why), bestselling romantic comedy NOT OKAY, CUPID and the Spellspinners of Melas County series about feuding witches and warlocks. 

Please visit her on twitter (Heidi R. Kling) where she loves to live-tweet TV shows, overuse gifs and chat with her readers about books, love and travel. She's very fortunate to write stories for a living and is grateful to you for reading them!


Author Links:
Heidi
R.
Kling writes books about normal girls
in
fantastic situations.
Her debut novel SEA (Penguin/Putnam) was a finalist for Norther
n California Book
of
the
Year,"
an
IndieNext Summer Pick, Goodreads
Mover and Shaker," Scholastic Reading Pick,
and Gateway Reader
s Award Finalist among other generous accolades. SEA, which
launched
June, 2010,
is
a bittersweet love story set
in
the aftermath
of
the devastating 2004 Indonesian
tsunami, and
is
set
to
relaunch with Entangled Teen December 4
as
WHERE I FOUND
YOU
(Sea series #1) with its sequel WHERE THE SEA TAKES
ME
out April, 2018!
After earning her MFA
in
Writing for Children from the New School
in
New York, Heidi
returned
to
the Bay Area where she lives with her family
in
a tiny seaside village like the towns
in
her books.
She's also the author
of
the acclaimed PAINT
MY
BODY RED (for fans
of
Speak and 13
Reasons Why), bestselling romantic comedy
NOT
OKAY, CUPID and the Spellspinners
of
Melas County series about feuding witches and warlocks.
Please visit her
on
twitter (Heidi
R.
Kling) where she loves
to
live-tweet
TV
shows, overuse gifs
and chat with her readers about books, love and travel. S
he's very fortunate
to
write stories for a
living and
is
grateful
to
you for reading them!
Heidi
R.
Kling writes books about normal girls
in
fantastic situations.
Her debut novel SEA (Penguin/Putnam) was a finalist for Norther
n California Book
of
the
Year,"
an
IndieNext Summer Pick, Goodreads
Mover and Shaker," Scholastic Reading Pick,
and Gateway Reader
s Award Finalist among other generous accolades. SEA, which
launched
June, 2010,
is
a bittersweet love story set
in
the aftermath
of
the devastating 2004 Indonesian
tsunami, and
is
set
to
relaunch with Entangled Teen December 4
as
WHERE I FOUND
YOU
(Sea series #1) with its sequel WHERE THE SEA TAKES
ME
out April, 2018!
After earning her MFA
in
Writing for Children from the New School
in
New York, Heidi
returned
to
the Bay Area where she lives with her family
in
a tiny seaside village like the towns
in
her books.
She's also the author
of
the acclaimed PAINT
MY
BODY RED (for fans
of
Speak and 13
Reasons Why), bestselling romantic comedy
NOT
OKAY, CUPID and the Spellspinners
of
Melas County series about feuding witches and warlocks.
Please visit her
on
twitter (Heidi
R.
Kling) where she loves
to
live-tweet
TV
shows, overuse gifs
and chat with her readers about books, love and travel. S
he's very fortunate
to
write stories for a
living and
is
grateful
to
you for reading them!
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