Six Sentence Sunday – Blood Bound

Yeah . . . Six Sentence Sunday! How about another 6 sentences from my WIP, Blood Bound – book 2 in the House Millar series?

Hearing the music begin I imagined a gentle breeze blowing through the room, causing autumn leaves to dance, drawing me into the swirl and motions with them. I quickly became lost in the fluid motions and sensuous pulsing of the music; the wanton abandon that always seemed to accompany dancing, whether for self or others. As my body arched up, twisting and undulating to the life and love, I became ‘living’ art for those few Lady Shirin had gathered here. I knew what such motions did to my own lovers but was not sure how the others would react.

I had been nervous prior to the music starting, since I hadn’t danced like this for anyone other than my teacher and some of my family. I didn’t have to worry about how I moved; no risk of discovery here.


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