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“That’s where I have to be,” I shout at him to give me back the ticket.
“No, you’re on the next plane, that one is overbooked,” he continues to push the keys on board and stare at a screen.
“Listen, I’m not actually here to board any plane. I needed a ticket to get back here to stop the guy I love from getting on a plane without knowing how I felt about him. So, I need to go back,” I start to ease away to make my escape when I feel another attendant put a grip on me.
“Let go,” I scream.
“Listen, do you know how many people tell us this sad love story shit? Plenty. We know the drill and we’re fed up with it. The airport is not a place to confess your everlasting love for someone. Either you board the plane with the ticket you purchased or you leave the airport immediately.”
“Let go!” My screams getting louder, “Elliot Harper. Can you hear me? Elliot?” I scream.
“Ma’am, I’m going to have to ask you to simmer down,” he pulls away nearly hurting my arm with his grip.
“Elliot!” I scream, but I don’t see him, I don’t hear him.
And I realize, it might be too late. I lost my chance.
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Melody is just trying to finish her schooling at Julliard. She’s an amazing violinist and is so close to graduation.
Elliott has just broken up with his girlfriend and is on his way home to his mom’s when he gets a call from the Philharmonic. Practicing his piano at his mother’s house, he hears a beautiful violin solo playing and their music merges together.
This starts Melody and Elliott’s relationship, almost as smoothly.
This was a sweet story and a quick read for me. I liked that both Elliott and Melody were musicians and understood the Demands of a musical career, rather than letting that tear them apart.