Six Sentence Sunday #20

I can’t believe I have now reached twenty of these. It’s been fun and I can’t see myself stopping any time soon.

This six is taken from my novella, Bonds of Honour. In this scene my two protagonists have managed to find a moment of peace on the dancefloor at the Earl’s gala ball.

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Her body pressed lightly against his. He took the lead, and she followed so gracefully that her feet didn’t seem to touch the floor. The music buoyed them; they were dancing on a cloud in their own private world.
“You’re good,” she said.
“Not really, any man growing up with three sisters should know how to dance.”

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