Take Me There, by Susane Colasanti.
I liked this book overall but there were a few things I did not care for. It's told from three different perspectives - Rhiannon's, Nicole's, and James's - all of whom are main characters. It reminded me of the novel Flipped, however, because when it changed to the other person's perspective it kind of rewound a bit and told events that had already happened, albeit from this new person's perspective ... I found this a little tiring, although sort of interesting.
I have been reading a lot of Colasanti's books recently and many of her others (see below) were better than this one. It was still an interesting read, however, and fans of YA lit will most likely like it.
2.5 stars out of 5.