“Weren’t you gone?” I asked him stupidly as the music and the lights really slowed and dimmed.
“I’m so glad you noticed,” said Tom with a grin and I felt the heat rise inside me then as Tom took my arm and put it about his neck and then did the same with my other one. “Every dance has to end like this,” Tom said with that funny grin, pressing me against him and slowing our moving to a sway of my skirts about him. “Look at all your friends enjoying their last moments as girls.”
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