It was getting difficult, though, to divide he time between Joe and Tony. Balancing their claims, she felt sometimes like an acrobat on a tight rope. p.142The last high school book! It was bittersweet to see Betsy and her friends graduate high school. I am happy that they had a great year even if it didn't turn out like Betsy wanted. I was frustrated by her inability to politely tell Tony that she preferred Joe. I understand that they are good friends and she was trying to keep him from the "bad crowd" but I think she did it at the expense of Joe. Also she did Joe a disservice by not explaining her reasons for going around with Tony. He might have understood if she had tried to explain.
I wasn't too keen on the football part of the story. But I liked hearing about all the dances and the clothing. It is interesting to read about how things were done in 1910. And I wonder if they ever resolve the Carney/Larry subplot. I guess I will find out in the next books.
Hogwarts: 7 in a series