In the sequel to We Hate Everything But Boys, Linda struggles to let go of her crush when she starts at an all-girls school—until her new friends help her discover how much fun the older boys can be.
When Linda enters high school and her parents make her go to Huntington, she is certain that the all-girls school is full of nothing but really brainy kids. At first, she was certain switching schools was a horrible idea…. While Linda was at Huntington, she was certain that Sue-Ann was putting the moves on her own crush, Jeff, in the halls of P.S. 515.
But when Linda starts to make friends with Jan and begins hanging out with her crew, the group of girls discover the fun of older boys together. With her eyes now set on bad boy Mark, Linda can barely remember who Jeff is….
Linda Lewis has been a successful author and freelance writer for more than twenty-five years. Her career blossomed with the publication of her first book, We Hate Everything But Boys. She went on to write a series of eleven young adult novels, published by Simon & Schuster, between 1985 and 1993. The realistic and humorous stories are based on her diaries and experiences growing up in New York City. Lewis’s adult novel, The Road Back to Heaven, was published in April 2007 by Baycrest Books. In addition, Lewis has had hundreds of articles published in national newspapers and magazines, mostly business and travel. Lewis is still married to Lenny, her childhood sweetheart, whose adventures were chronicled in her books. They live today in Boynton Beach, Florida. They have two children and a grandson.