#rainbowsnippets: Last Dance #7



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Onward to another paragraph from one of my WIPs Last Dance: Watching Rocco, Joey is trying to get up the nerve to ask him to dance. But Joey sees the ghost of Donna Summer, which apparently heralds a seizure.

This is the last line from Last Dance #6: I held up my wrist, where the medic alert bracelet dangled. “Not my first rodeo.”

Rocco snorted and gave me a sideways glance with a smile. He had eyes as dark as mine, warm and sweet. “I just want you to be okay.”

What I truly needed was right here beside me, but I couldn’t ask him to hold me until the overwhelming insecurity passed. Like I’d narrowly missed falling off a cliff.

Viola said to the staring wedding guests, “Come on, give the guy a break.”


3 thoughts on “#rainbowsnippets: Last Dance #7

  1. P.T. Wyant November 27, 2016 / 2:16 am

    At the very least Rocco could help him to his feet and then Joey could, you know, “lose his balance” and fall into him…


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