Can someone help me to correct this little English text please? And maybe use better words to describe it? Thank you. I turned away from the framed picture and looked to Bolton instead, who had made himself comfortable on the seat upholstery with his hands crossed over his stomach. He watched me as if he was waiting for a response from me, but I stayed silent.
Maybe "for my response", sounds a bit smoother
I think this is nicely written. I agree with Lisa, although I would skip the from me or my completely. It is not necessary as it is clear that the response should come from your side.
It sounds awkward