You know they say it takes two to tango. That’s because the tango is a dance that can’t be done solo. The whole thing is about the embrace on top (where the heart is), as the feet below go scooting around, beat for beat, a give-and-take exchange with your partner.
Push. Pull. Lead. Follow. Sounds like a lot of relationships.
The tango started out in bordellos as a seductive, improvised dance but later got sanitized and stylized into a set form.
Like a lot of relationships. Some for better, while others, well . . .
We’re thinking about the tango lately because it’s the thematic thread for our newly released second book in the Dance ‘n’ Luv series. That relentless pattern of pursuit and resistance that an undying, passionate love can bring.
Some readers and friends might notice we’ve changed the cover from the original we’d planned. Stop back soon and you’ll see the whole Dance ‘n’ Luv series in spiffy new covers!
In the meantime, here’s an Argentinian style tango that we love.