Things don't start off propitiously. Everyone seems to know everyone else and queen bees Eleanor and Reese take a profound dislike towards her. Saving the day, moody dreamboat Maddox has eyes for her, although Eleanor is a jealous ex- and tries to keep them apart. That said, nothing is all that simple. Eleanor is blackmailing Maddox and hiding secrets from just about everyone. As the contest creeps closer, a sudden death sends everything into a frantic and tense conclusion.
While rooted in tired YA tropes (unsupervised summer campers get in big trouble while awkward and inexperienced girl gets an A-list boy to fall head over heels for her), the augmented reality stuff is kind of fun. InstaLove, combining Instagram and PokemonGo sounds plausible enough to make a fresh foundation. The story is paced well and the mystery largely maintained with a lot of distracting false leads to keep us off track. However, the ending gets rushed and overall I just didn't find Nora interesting enough, boy toy Maddox sexy enough, or Reese and Eleanor bad enough to make this worth recommending.