Today, I'm going back to my YA urban fantasy, Osland. In this scene, the protagonist, Gail Dorjee is a bit embarrassed after tearing up due to her music teacher's performance. It's made worse by the fact that Nick MacEvoy, the boyfriend of her social archenemy is in the class. However, she's in for a surprise:
"Tears! Everyone, boy and girl, crying just like me. Some, like Leandra, only would have to explain away misty eyes, but a lot had turned on the waterworks something fierce. Miss West somehow moved an entire classroom of bored teens to tears with opera, and without a single Italian among us. After a moment, I noticed one person wasn’t crying—Nick MacEvoy. Of course."
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