With every figure he made my heart beat faster
For clarity, you should have a comma in here somewhere, depending on what meaning and emphasis you want.
He made my heart beat faster with every figure. = With every figure, he made my heart beat faster.
My heart beat faster with every figure he made. = With every figure he made, my heart beat faster.
The change in emphasis is small (in this example at least), but it will improve the flow and ease in reading.
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