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Sam may be a genius, but he still has a lot to learn about being the perfect omega for his alpha and their pack... Sam Hurley learned a long time ago to handle his problems on his own: he spent most of his childhood in foster care, and when he was finally adopted, it wasn’t long before his new parents recognized his genius and sent him off to college at the age of thirteenSam may be a genius, but he still has a lot to learn about being the perfect omega for his alpha and their pack... Sam Hurley learned a long time ago to handle his problems on his own: he spent most of his childhood in foster care, and when he was finally adopted, it wasn’t long before his new parents recognized his genius and sent him off to college at the age of thirteen. He found success as a behind-the-scenes computer genius working for a huge company, but he never found love or belonging until he met his alpha werewolf mate, Rusty. Three months in, Sam is up to his old tricks, trying to deal with his worries on his own and shutting out his pack--including his alpha. Rusty Jamison hasn’t been alpha of his own pack for long, and his pack hasn’t been the easiest to lead. Still, he thought everything was going well, right up until his omega, Sam, stopped coming home from work. He’s not about to let Sam stay away for a third night in a row, or to let Sam think he can get away with this kind of human-style relationship drama. It seems he still has some things to teach his very clever omega about how wolves solve their conflicts, but will Sam understand what Rusty is trying to tell him? The Omega Learns a Lesson is a steamy and romantic short story featuring a wayward omega, a stern alpha, and thoroughly happy endings for both of them and their whole pack! ...

Title : The Omega Learns a Lesson: M/M & M/M/M/M/M Werewolf Pack Romance
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ISBN : 30624191
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Number of Pages : 36 Pages
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The Omega Learns a Lesson: M/M & M/M/M/M/M Werewolf Pack Romance Reviews

  • Cadiva
    2019-05-08 20:38

    Short and essentially plotlessThis really didn't warrant a book of its own but should have been included in book three.It's basically an extended sex scene loosely wrapped around Sam having a panic.

  • Adrian Fridge
    2019-04-22 23:58

    Not so much a book as it is a short story of Sam having angst that's solved by gratuitous sex.THIS is what's been missing in the previous book: one hot as fuck gang bang with great pack coordination. And unlike Book 2, in which Sam is driven by heat, here he actually craves everything that's given to him. Which includes double penetration (finally!) and more deep throating of knots.*fans self* Now this is a great way to end a reading binge.

  • Caroline Brand
    2019-04-24 21:42

    Too short and with no real purpose.

  • Vfields Don't touch my happy!
    2019-04-26 22:46

    Missing Scene From #3  The Protection of the Pack #4 is really part of #3. It is too aimless to stand alone. So I'll treat it as such.

  • Penumbra
    2019-04-26 23:48

    The Omega Learns a Lesson is the third book in the series ‘The Protection of the Pack.’ It stars the same characters from book three, Sam, Rusty, Mike, Nick and Brody. It’s pretty much porn although there’s a little plot to get the porn started. In this book the povs are limited to Sam and Rusty whereas previous books have included all the characters’ povs. If you wanted to skip reading this story, you’re not missing anything because it doesn’t add to the previous stories or characters. 2.5 Stars(view spoiler)[This is a short story that doesn’t pick up the plotline after book three. The previous book ended rather abruptly and in this one the timeline seems to have jumped ahead a month or so. Sam has spent the last three days at his work and not returned to the pack. Rusty has come to get him because that isn’t how an omega/pack member should behave. I didn’t particularly care for what felt like the ‘magic cock cure’ in this story. The author explains why Rusty behaved that way, but I guess since I’m not a werewolf I didn’t particularly care for the methods. (view spoiler)[ As I mentioned, it was the magical dick that can cure any ill, and that doesn’t work for me. In fact, it wasn’t just one cock, it was all the cocks from the pack members. When Sam returned home it was a gang-bang, and no matter how much Sam or Rusty tried to convince the readers that Sam held the group together, especially since they all had sex with him, they didn’t convince me. It just felt like they were using him and putting him in his place which didn’t sit well with me. (hide spoiler)] Maybe I’ve grown jaded with all the sex happening in the books. I guess it’s the author’s werewolf lore that she’s created and I’m just not buying it. But probably other people will since many readers like the sex.In the end, this book didn’t fit into the series other than as an issue the author wanted to cover about Sam’s insecurity and turning it into a pornfest. If the storyline had been expanded around a plot and the sex woven into the plot, it would’ve been more interesting. The Omega Learns a Lesson is going to get 2 Stars because it's a scene that I feel should've been included in Book Three and not as a book on it's own. It could've easily been woven into the previous story. Also, the author’s writing still hasn’t improved.(hide spoiler)]

  • Joyfully Jay
    2019-05-03 15:46

    A Joyfully Jay review. 4 starsI enjoyed this little story. The characters all click together and with me. They’re genuine guys who belong together. They share a deep friendship and love for each other. Sam is my favorite. He’s smart and funny and he takes his position as the pack omega to heart. An omega’s place is to bring the pack together, take care of them, and be the center of a very special bond between the pack members.Sam begins to feel afraid of this duty and love because, for him, nothing good has ever lasted. He didn’t get to stay in any one foster home past three months and this is how long the pack has been together. It is why he finds himself staying away. What if this all turns bad? Maybe their bond isn’t really that strong? His insecurity begins to take its toll on him and the others. I found myself feeling so sad for him. I can’t imagine what it must feel like to distrust everything in my life. It must be horrible, and I’m only married to one man…not taking care of four of them.I thought Rusty was perfect here. He loves Sam so much. However he is the pack Alpha, after all. He takes a firm hand, but he makes sure to show Sam how important he is. He’s tender as well as tough, and he makes Sam feel special and secure.Read Kenna’s review in its entirety here.

  • Diana
    2019-05-17 20:43

    The Protection of the Pack series reviewAny author who can provoke a reader to giggles, sexy gasps, and the occasional choked-up tear in the course of the same book can write for me any day. Dessa Lux is one of these. Her MM paranormal werewolf series “The Protection of the Pack” is just too much fun to read. Fair warning: if a line like “But as far as Rusty was concerned, they might as well have been wearing matching varsity jackets and snapping their fingers in a menacingly synchronized dance rhythm” (referring to a ragtag bunch of young wolves invading the heroes’ territory) doesn’t amuse you, you may not be the target audience here. There’s plenty of snarky banter sprinkled among the wolfy mating here.Dessa Lux also enriches her version of the Omegaverse with interesting customizations. One of the fun features here is the amount of latitude each author has in their world building: the details of Omega anatomy, types of shifters, pack structures - the details will vary from author to author and sometimes book to book. In “The Protection of the Pack”, the werewolves’ unique and specific responses to the moon are well-conceived and well-implemented (and are applied with internal consistency, which is always nice!)The Omega Learns a LessonThis short story – almost a mere vignette – involves the resolution of a temporary crisis of courage for Sam, the pack omega.

  • Walford
    2019-04-20 15:51

    Just a fragment; you need it for the series but doesn't stand on its own.

  • Sara Bauer
    2019-05-06 17:58

    I really do love Sam, and--although I'm not a gay male werewolf--his self doubt is so relatable, especially as he navigates his first time in love. I adore all these wolf boys!

  • Yvette
    2019-05-09 22:57

    3.25 stars

  • Nessa
    2019-05-07 17:44

    Wow, well if somebody's got to learn a lesson then this is a great lesson to learn. Sam ends up staying away from home for two days as his insecurities start taking hold of him. His Alpha, Rusty, comes to bring him home and show him how needed he is. The pack that he lives with were also showing Sam how much they need him. The author clearly did an amazing job of formulating the sex scene between these guys. I would be so discombobulated trying to figure out who goes where with what. :D They ended up in one big happy puppy pile (not as puppies of course. :D) of love. This was a very sexy and passionate read. Very fascinating and yummy.

  • John-TorleifHarris
    2019-05-14 22:53

    Hot, but too shortI've loved all of these books and this was a great addition to the series. I like how Dessa has stayed consistent with Sam feeling the most human of all of the pack so here is the one who continues to question his new instincts. But it's also nice that he isn't experiencing the same concerns over and over... He dies learn and grow from his experiences, he jyst is working through a lot of understandable insecurities.

  • Claire
    2019-05-17 16:45

    Does what it says on the tin; very competently written.

  • Robyn
    2019-05-17 16:45

    Very quick, very hot.

  • Anera Shell
    2019-04-23 18:38

    Short but hotJust a nice little interlude in the pack's life. Lots of sex. If you like the series you will like it. Absolutely must read the earlier books first.

  • Alexis Woods
    2019-05-19 21:39

    Short, additional story. Pure sex. :)