I changed my tune on this one - for the better. Four teens meet - in some manner - at a resort on spring break. We get a first-person POV from each of the four. The author does too good of a job with the perspective of the first teen. I was bored and frustrated with Jena's story until the last few pages of her say-so. From then on, I was into it. As I mentioned, the author goes from Jena to Dakota to Skye to Owen. Each has a stake in the other's life in one way or the other. I stayed invested once I bought into the premise. The author does a really solid job of giving an authentic voice to each of the four characters. Glad I read this one.