So Sensitive Paperback – 8 Aug 2011
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Gracie Baron's only love in her life died when her grandmother passed away when Gracie was 10. Her mother walked away when she was very young and the only love her father showed was to the bottle. Now she has an admirer. This was not the kind of love Gracie wanted in her life.
Wade is ex Special Forces turned PI. Wade wanted Gracie from the first time he met her, well at least in his bed. After two months of her turning him down, he is done waiting. There is something about Gracie and he wants to find out what it is.
Gracie has been harassed for months and it's not getting any better. In fact, it's gotten a lot worse. Her admirer has taken it to the next level and made it physical. Wade is on the job, even if Gracie doesn't like it. Gracie has wanted to take Wade up on his offers from the beginning. Hesitant to involve an innocent person, she has rejected him at every turn. Now the man she has been fantasizing about is protecting her. Problem is who is protecting her heart.
Anne Rainey has written a convincing storyline. While having a stalker is scary business, Ms. Rainey never took it over the top. She did an outstanding job keeping the identity of the person hidden for a long time. Though I would have enjoyed more cat and mouse or maybe even a few dead ends, I do understand the story had to wrap up. The final clue was smart, even though it seemed a bit too easy.
I enjoyed the chemistry between Gracie and Wade. I found it believable because they had the two months of interaction. They were not just meeting up and BAM they were lovers. Their relationship was a long time coming. Wade is a dominate lover, but it never seemed too aggressive. Gracie made a believable submissive. Their bedroom relationship seemed more "real life" to me. Very easy going, fun and exciting.
"So Sensitive" is book 1 in the Hard to Get series. While reading the interactions of the characters you were left feeling that supporting characters Cherry and Dante had a wonderful story to tell. I was pleasantly surprised that they do!! I'll be checking out "Cherry on Top" in the anthology "Some Like It Rough".
"So Sensitive" is a very enjoyable read. The warning on the back of the book that it is a REALLY HOT book is not exaggerated. Sit back and enjoy the ride. Oh Boy!! Is it a good one!
For several months, private investigator Wade Harrison has been asking his friend's assistant Gracie on a date, but she always says no. When Wade learns of the accident, he refuses to take no for an answer as he moves in with her to keep her safe. When the attacks increase, Wade concludes the predator knows Gracie personally as her adversary seems aware of too much info for a stranger to possess. Wade eventually persuades Gracie to accept him as her loving Dom and she is his cherished Sub, but first comes her safety.
So Sensitive is a fabulous erotic romantic suspense as Wade and Gracie make a wonderful couple while the unknown stalker adds tension to the entertaining story line. Even with the BDSM encounters preoccupying his lower head, Wade leaves some blood in his upper head as he never loses sight of his missions to win Sarah's heart (he has her vagina) and to end a predator's terrorizing of his beloved Sub.
Wade moves in with Gracie to keep her safe and to try and deter the stalker. During this time in the novel, the reader watches their relationship begin to grow and become more...complicated. This novel is meant for those 18 and older, there is BDSM. The love scenes are hot and spicy, erotic. The scenes are believable-as is Gracie and Wade's relationship. The reader will be swept into a novel where love stories can happen in the oddest of situations. This novel is fast-paced and not just about romance, there is the mystery of the stalker. This book is great for adults who enjoy their romance tinged with mystery.
*Complimentary copy received for this review, does not affect my opinion in any way*
I enjoy Anne Rainey's books, but for some reason this one hit every nerve I have. Starting with the plot, Gracie is being stalked. The guy emails her every three hours. He's clearly off-his-rocker and when she doesn't give up her second job, like he tells her to, the stalker causes Gracie to have an accident.
That's when Wade comes in. He's wanted Gracie for months and when he sees her after the accident, the guy turns complete caveman on her. I can't blame Gracie for accepting Wade's help; I'd want a guy like him on my side too if I were being stalked! As much as I loved his protectiveness, this is also the point in the book where it all fell apart for me.
Wade and Gracie spend more time having sex then finding out who is after her. I love a hot story, but this is so out of the realm of reality that I couldn't get over it. Wade brings in his business partner, Jonas, to help him. It takes half the book and Gracie's apartment being broken into (and very personally destroyed) before any investigating really takes place. I might have been able to overlook that if the dialogue read smoother. I love a dirty-talking hero. In fact, give me a hero who knows how to string together some seriously sexy words and I'll show you a book staying on my keepershelf! Wade didn't deliver the pillow talk. I found myself cringing more often than squirming!
I almost didn't finish it. The only reason I did was because of Jonas who, in my opinion, stole the show along with Wade's sister, Deanna. I want to see what's in store for those two! Their book, Pleasure Bound, is next up in this series, and I can't wait for it!