So Sensitive [NOOK Book]


When Fear Crosses The Line

At first, the mysterious emails are flattering. But soon, Gracie Baron can't deny she has a stalker-and it's clear she needs protection. . ....
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When Fear Crosses The Line

At first, the mysterious emails are flattering. But soon, Gracie Baron can't deny she has a stalker-and it's clear she needs protection. . .

Into Pure Pleasure

P.I. Wade Harrison admits that his friend's luscious assistant, Gracie, has been tantalizing him for months. So Wade jumps at the chance to offer her the personal protection she needs, free of charge. The only catch is, Gracie must agree to obey his orders-no questions asked.

The Answer Is Yes

Once Wade has Gracie alone, he isn't shy about letting her know what he wants. His fantasies involve erotic toys and a very willing partner-and that's just for starters. Gracie doesn't know what she wants, but Wade is hot and restless-and surrendering to his desires may be exactly what she needs. . .

Praise for Anne Rainey's Body Rush

"Deliciously naughty, smokin' hot. . .read if you dare!" --Janice Maynard

"With red-hot sex, hot and heavy BDSM, and three alpha males to make this book almost dangerous. You will not be disappointed!" --Coffee Time Romance, 4 Cups

"Supremely sexy and beautifully emotional, Anne Rainey's writing is intensely relevant for today's woman." –Lucy Monroe
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780758272294
  • Publisher: Kensington
  • Publication date: 7/1/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 236,756
  • File size: 666 KB

First Chapter

So Sensitive



Copyright © 2011 Anne Rainey
All right reserved.

ISBN: 978-0-7582-3900-6

Chapter One

Present day

"If you'd give me a valid reason why you won't go out with me, I'd leave you alone. Instead, all I get are snarls. Snarls aren't valid, Gracie."

"I said no, which should be enough. Actually, it is for most guys. You're just mad because every other woman you proposition fawns all over you like you're a bar of chocolate or something. It makes me want to puke."

Wade tried to contain his grin. It wasn't easy with Gracie's description of him. "A bar of chocolate, huh? I don't suppose you have a sweet tooth, do you?"

Her frown turned into a vicious smile. "I'm allergic to chocolate. In fact, just the sight of it makes me irrational, and I get this insane urge to take a hammer and crush it into oblivion."

Wade grabbed his chest, feigning hurt. "Ouch. You're one scary lady."

She sat up a little straighter in her chair and turned her attention back to her monitor. "Exactly. So, go find a cute little bunny to warm your bed; I'm really not interested, Wade."

Wade braced his palms on Gracie's desk and leaned forward. "A piece of fluff can't even begin to satisfy me. Not when I have my sights set on a curvy redhead with a wicked temper."

"Wade, stop bothering my employee." He turned his head at the feminine voice. Cherry DuBois, soon to be Cherry Ricci when she married the big Italian from the financial consulting business next door. Wade watched Cherry walk toward him, a to-go cup in one hand and a cell phone in the other. Her purposeful strides exuded confidence. He smiled, proud of the woman he'd been friends with for years. After her first husband had asked for a divorce, Cherry had crumpled a little. But making her massage therapy business, Serene Comfort, a success had helped her to see she didn't need a man like Brody in her life. Meeting Dante had done the rest. The man acted as if Cherry hung the moon. If Wade were honest with himself, he'd admit to feeling a twinge of envy for the happy couple.

"I came to take you to lunch," he explained, "but you'd already slipped out. So, I asked Ms. Persnickety here."

"Dante and I grabbed lunch at home. You should've called. I could've made other plans."

Wade turned, leaned against Gracie's desk, and crossed his arms over his chest. "You would've dropped Dante for me, huh?"

"Well, I could've—"

"He's your fiancé now, Cherry," Wade interrupted, his voice gentling. "You don't have to make excuses for wanting to spend time with him." He tossed Gracie a look over his shoulder. "Besides, it's not really a hardship to spend time with your pretty receptionist."

Cherry stepped forward and kissed him on the cheek, then leaned around him to look at Gracie. "You have my permission to drop-kick him if you want, hon. It would do him some good."

Gracie laughed, but Wade could tell it was strained. She never seemed at ease around people. Not even Cherry, and everyone got along with her. "It's fine. He was just leaving anyway. Right, Wade?"

Wade stood and stepped away from the desk. "Fine. My heart can only be stomped on so many times."

The phone rang, and he watched Gracie fairly leap for it. While she took the call, Wade said his good-byes to Cherry and moved toward the door. He was halfway to his truck when he remembered he'd forgotten to tell Cherry about the phone call he'd received from her ex-husband. The asshole suddenly had it in his head that he wanted Cherry back. The chance of that happening was about as good as finding Elvis alive and living it up in Graceland.

Wade sprinted back across the parking lot and pulled open the door, expecting to see Gracie where he'd left her behind the receptionist desk, but her seat was empty. Figuring she was taking a break, Wade started down the short hall toward Cherry's private office. A sound caught his attention, and he stopped. His gaze narrowed on the closed bathroom door at the end of the hall. He moved closer and listened harder. The noise came again, and it sounded suspiciously like a woman crying. Cherry or Gracie? Wade knocked softly. He didn't want to intrude, but the thought of either woman in tears didn't sit right with him.


Gracie's trembling voice floated out to him. What the hell? "Gracie, is everything all right?"


Fine my ass. In the months Gracie had been working for Cherry he'd seen her spitting mad, shy as a butterfly, and sarcastic as hell. He'd never once heard that quiver in her voice. He didn't like it one damn bit either. He wasn't going anywhere until he got to the bottom of it. As he waited, a horrible thought struck, and he froze. Had he been the cause? His teasing? He'd thought their little cat and mouse thing was all part of the game, but maybe it made Gracie more uncomfortable than she'd let on.

The door swung open, and Wade stiffened. Gracie's head was down, and she was dabbing at her eyes with a tissue. She didn't see him and smacked right into his chest, nearly knocking herself over backwards. Wade grabbed her shoulders to steady her before she had a chance to topple. Her head shot up, and her pretty green eyes filled with tears the instant their gazes clashed. Shit, that sure as hell wasn't real promising.

"I think it's time you tell me what's wrong, Gracie. And don't tell me it's nothing."

She shook her head and blew her nose as she tried to step around him. Wade blocked her path. He cupped her chin in his palm and forced her to look at him. "Is it me? Did I do this?"

She blinked a couple times, as if unsure what he meant, then she let out a hysterical laugh. "Wade, your ego is showing."

The fact that she was laughing, even while tears continued to stream down her cheeks, was further proof that something was very wrong. For the first time, Wade looked beyond the soft red hair, curvy figure, and pouty lips. He saw the dark circles under Gracie's eyes now, and they spoke volumes. She looked as if she hadn't slept in days. "Gracie, I know we may have gotten off on the wrong foot, but I can be a good listener if you want to talk."

She squared her shoulders and gently wiped her eyes in an attempt to get a handle on her emotions. "It's just a woman thing, Wade. I'm fine, really." The chimes over the door jangled, signaling a client's arrival. "I've got to get back to work. Thanks for the concern."

She brushed past him, and Wade was left staring after her, dumbfounded. His instincts were screaming at him. There was more to that crying jag than PMS. He'd bet his new truck on it. Short of tying her to a chair and interrogating her, there wasn't a damn thing he could do. When he went out to the front, his gaze sought out hers. She smiled, and she looked as contained as ever. If it weren't for the redness in her eyes, he never would've guessed she'd been so upset. Which made him wonder just how often she wore that mask. Layers and Gracie Baron were old friends. Wade was determined to get beneath a few and find out more about the intriguing woman.

Of course, it might help if she weren't so damned stubborn.

Gracie watched through the large glass windows as Wade climbed into his truck and drove off. She let out a relieved sigh. She was smart enough to know that had Cherry's next client not shown up when he did, she would have ended up pouring out all her problems to the big, intimidating man. It would be a horrible mistake to involve someone else in the mess her life had become. It was enough she had to live it; others shouldn't be forced to as well.

She looked back at her monitor and groaned. Another e-mail from her crazy stalker. This one had a more sinister feel to it somehow. He'd threatened her before, but now it seemed there was an edge of desperation to the words on the screen.

I watch you every day, my love. Every move you make is recorded in my soul. I love the way you move. Always in such a rush and yet so graceful. You should know, though, I'm not happy about your second job. I asked you to quit, and you ignored me. This can't be allowed to continue. I've let you have your fun, but it's time you understand obedience. It's for your own good; remember that. I love you, Gracie Lynn. Nevertheless, sometimes I will need to be tough to prove to you that our love can withstand all obstacles.

Forever, Your Admirer

Gracie shivered even as she saved the e-mail to her flash drive. She'd started saving them when she realized the man wasn't just a secret admirer; he was plain nuts. She now had over a hundred e-mails. At first it had seemed sweet. He'd been complimentary and always signed the e-mails with "your admirer." She'd never replied, but she'd felt flattered. The attention had bolstered her self-esteem. Then he'd used her first and middle name together, and it had sent cold chills down her spine.

Her middle name wasn't listed. Anywhere. Not on her driver's license, in the phone book, not even on her credit cards. Whoever had sent the e-mails had done his homework. She'd known then that ignoring them wasn't going to make the situation go away, so she'd done what any woman with a crazy e-mail fan might do; she'd gone to the police. That road had gotten her exactly nowhere. He hadn't threatened, so he'd done nothing wrong, the detective had explained. He'd instructed her to save the e-mails and contact him if the situation worsened.

That had been two weeks ago, and the e-mails hadn't let up. In fact, he'd gotten more persistent. He e-mailed every three hours now, like clockwork. Each e-mail rambled on about how much he loved her, how they'd be together soon and they'd be able to live happily ever after. Still, he was careful never to threaten her outright. She had nothing to bring to the police save for a lot of e-mails from a guy who had the hots for her.

Bile rose in her throat as she imagined what sort of person spoke like that to a complete stranger. It was like something out of a scary movie. Only in the movie the bad guy usually ended up dead and the damsel in distress would be rescued just in the nick of time.

Fear threatened to consume her when she thought of what this guy might be willing to do to keep her all to himself. An image of Wade Harrison filled her mind, and Gracie quickly banished it. She couldn't think of Wade. He would only want to help, but she refused to burden him with her problems. Besides, what would her stalker do if he suspected she desired another man? The creep hadn't done anything to harm her yet, and she knew it was partly due to the fact she kept to herself. She didn't date, didn't even go out with friends. When she wasn't at work, she was alone. The instant someone came into her life, someone as handsome and charming as Wade, things would escalate. She could very well be putting more than just herself in danger then.

The rest of the afternoon passed in a rush of clients. Gracie had been only too grateful for the distraction, as brief as it was. After the last client left, Gracie shut down the computer, then picked up the flash drive that contained all her crazy admirer's e-mails. Just as Gracie slipped it into her purse, Cherry came out of her office. "Ready to go?"


Cherry always insisted they leave together. More often than not, Dante would show up and escort both of them out. Gracie liked Cherry and Dante. They were good people. As if she'd conjured him, Dante opened the front door and held it for the two of them. He waited while Cherry set the alarm and locked up, then he took her hand in his. The little green monster rose up as Gracie watched them. She wondered what that kind of bond was like. That kind of all-consuming love. Would she ever know?

"I wanted to tell you now that Wade's not here that if he really ever bothers you, just say the word and I'll have a talk with him. I don't want you feeling uncomfortable, Gracie."

Gracie smiled for the first time in hours. "He doesn't bother me. Not really. I just like to give him a hard time."

"I sort of figured. Do you like him?"

Gracie stiffened, unsure how much to say. "He's attractive. The idea of going out with him is very appealing, but I don't have time for a man right now."

Cherry looked up at Dante and smiled. "Sometimes it's worth it to make time."

Gracie nodded, pretending she understood. In truth, she'd never been loved. Not the way Cherry and Dante loved. She'd had boyfriends, but hers had always been surface relationships. Deep, soul mate stuff wasn't something she knew anything about.

Once Gracie was in her car and on her way, she thought back to the day Cherry had hired her on as a receptionist. Gracie had been thrilled. The extra income meant she could help her father with his bills and still keep her own apartment. Maybe she could even get him out of debt once and for all.

Hell, who was she kidding? Her father was a drunk and a pathetic excuse for a human being. He started drinking when he woke up in the morning and didn't stop until his head hit the pillow. The only thing keeping a roof over his head was his only child working two jobs. If she didn't pay both their bills, one of them would be on the street.

As she turned a corner and started down the long, winding road to her apartment complex, her mind once again went back to Wade. God, the man was beyond delicious. His large, hard body and gorgeous brown eyes were like something out of a tough guy action movie. She'd been sucked in. He'd grinned at her, and she'd nearly fallen at his feet. His dark hair seemed forever disheveled. Models spent good money on hair products to get that tousled look, while Wade simply ran a hand through his hair. Women sighed as they watched him, longing to do the same. She knew, because she was one of those women.

The first time he'd asked her out, she'd nearly caved. Then, like an omen, a bell on her computer signaled a new e-mail message. When she recognized the e-mail address as her stalker's, the "yes" she'd been about to utter died on her tongue. She'd tried every trick in the book since to keep Wade at a distance, but, damn, the man was tenacious. She had to admit to herself that he didn't push, not really. Deep down Gracie knew if she truly meant no, he'd hear it and leave her alone. He wasn't an ass, just intuitive. He knew the attraction wasn't all on his side of the desk. He just couldn't understand why she was so reluctant to act on it. Unfortunately the truth simply wasn't something one brought up in casual conversation. "Oh, by the way, you might become the target of a crazy man if you and I went out on a date. My stalker has this thing about having me all to his wacko self." Yeah, that'd go over well.

As she neared the S curve a half mile from her home, Gracie pushed the maudlin thoughts out of her head and concentrated instead on simply getting home in one piece. Friday night, and she was alone. Damned pathetic. Pressing her foot down on the brake, Gracie managed the first curve and had started into the second when something slammed into her rear bumper.

Gracie automatically hit the brake. As she slowed down, her hands shook as panic started to settle over her. She glanced in the rearview mirror, but it was too dark to see more than a set of headlights behind her. She started to move her small sedan to the side of the road, her mind already on calling the police and exchanging insurance information, when another impact, harder this time, sent her car careening out of control.

"Oh, God!"

Panic turned to all-out terror as she witnessed the other vehicle speed up and smash into her yet a third time. As fear tore a scream from her throat, her car spun. Looking through the windshield, Gracie's gaze locked onto the thick woods, and the deep ravine she knew lay hidden fifty feet beyond. She clutched the wheel in a death grip and pushed the brake pedal clear to the floor, her only thought on keeping from diving into that ravine. Her car tore through weeds and brush, the world turning upside down. Suddenly, everything went black.

Chapter Two

Gracie woke to a conversation that sounded way out of control. While she tried to get her eyelids to lift, she heard her father's belligerent voice, and she stilled.

"I'm her father! You have no right to keep me from seeing her."

"You can see her once you're sober. I won't have my patient stressed unnecessarily."

"Bullshit. Gracie can handle it. She's a sturdy girl."

"That may be, but I can't allow you to upset her in her condition. I will call security and have you escorted out of the hospital if you insist."

"Fine. What the hell do I care? Damn girl's nothing but trouble anyway."


Excerpted from So Sensitive by ANNE RAINEY Copyright © 2011 by Anne Rainey. Excerpted by permission of APHRODISIA BOOKS. All rights reserved. No part of this excerpt may be reproduced or reprinted without permission in writing from the publisher.
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  • Posted June 22, 2011

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    So Sensitive is a fabulous erotic romantic suspense

    Gracie Baron has ignored the flattering emails from an unknown person whose closing salutation is "Your Admirer". That changes when someone purposely forces her off the road, severely injuring her. She admits an unknown dangerous person stalks her.

    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.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 27, 2013

    Great book

    Love the authors way of writing. Sexy, hot. 246 on nook. Not worth paying 10 buck. Great read, but wait for it to go on sale.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 18, 2013

    Highly Recommended

    Its a great Book...Sexy...Romantic...Love It!!!!!!

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  • Posted August 18, 2012

    This had just the right amount of every thing, the sex and the a

    This had just the right amount of every thing, the sex and the action
    was exciting. thanks

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 11, 2012


    ## This book is fabulous. I loved it from start to finish. The heroine was amazing and the hero was "humina, humina" hot. He was possessive but in a very sexy way. Mr. Alpha ex-military "you are mine" sort of way. Such a turn on. And he cherished the heroine from day one. This book had romance, mystery, humor and incredibly hot sex. My husband thanks you Ms. Rainey. Not for the easily offended but highly recommended!

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  • Posted September 15, 2011

    Super Sexy!

    Great read could not put it down. I love Anne Rainey, can't wait to the next book!

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  • Posted August 13, 2011

    Live To Read

    This novel is a great read for a boring day. The plot concerns the main character, Gracie, having a stalker. She continuously receives flattering emails from her stalker and is eventually almost forced off the road. She is a sweet, strong main character, but she finally admits she may have a problem. Wade, the masculine love interest, has been asking out Gracie for months. When she admits to her stalker problem, Wade sees it as a last attempt to win Gracie over.

    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.

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  • Posted July 14, 2011

    Anne Rainey has written a winner here!!

    I just adored "So Sensitive". Fast paced, sensual and the relationship was actually believable. Top notch erotica!! You can't help but read this book and think you want a little ex Special Forces with a side of PI. Gracie Baron's only love in her life died when 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!

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