Joy, Tali, Luce, and Zoe were once inseparable at Camp Okahatchee. But now two years later, they have grown apart and their bond has faded. That is until the flash of a photo booth camera transports them back in time, to the summer when they were 15, the summer when everything changed. Now, the girls have to recreate the past so they can return to the future. But as they relive their summer, the mystery behind their lost friendship unravels and a dark secret threatens to tear them apart all over again.
This was a contemporary time-travel/ do-over story, with an unexpected ending. I expected this book to be a meaningful summer story about friendship. The characters in this were all okay, but I didn’t really love any of them. They all came across as quite immature and even selfish in places, and they did irritate me at times. This book had an interesting concept, but it is not anything special. I completely loved the ending, though. The ending in my opinion, redeemed this book.
This book is mainly focused on romance as opposed to the friendship as advertised, so if you are into that, enjoy.