"What did you see?" The Doctor asked backing away fearfully.
Reinette sighed then smiled at him. "There comes a time, Time Lord when every little boy must learn to dance."
She took his hand and led him to the middle of the dining room.
"I haven't done this in a while." He admitted.
She chuckled. "Judging from your mind I can tell." Reinette teased.
The Doctor blushed. "So how do we start?"
"First put your arm around my waist." She instructed.
Staring at her petite figure he nervously cleared his throat.
"Rose is so going to kill me." He thought.
His hand shook as he reached around her.
The Doctor sighed as he gazed at her flirtatious smile.
"Now that wasn't hard, was it?" She said.
"No." He squeaked.
She smiled at him, relaxing his nerves a bit.
"Now, take my other hand and just follow my feet."
He nodded and slowly copied her feet.
After a while the Doctor eventually relaxed. "This is nice."
"See and you're doing an excellent job." Reinette replied.
"Yeah, considering there's no music." He said glancing around.
Shaking her head she gently placed her head on his chest. "We have music; your heart beats have a lovely rhythm."
He grinned. "You're the second person that's ever said that to me."
"You have a pretty laugh." He said kissing the top of her head.
She blushed and pulled him closer.
"I like how I feel when I'm with you; I don't care if I miss my dance with the King." Reinette admitted.
"You don't want to miss your first dance with the King." The Doctor replied.
She grinned at him. "Yes I do."
He shook his head. "No, you don't." He teased.
Reinette gazed into his eyes and said in a serious tone. "Yes I do."
She reached up and gently kissed him.
The Doctor started to pull away but soon gave in to her embrace and held her tight.
After the kiss he looked at her and said softly. "I think you altered history tonight."
She shrugged. "Not really, I was already in love with you."
He smiled. "I love you, too."
Reinette smiled. "My Fireplace Man." She whispered before kissing him again.