Review: Obedience Classes by Sean Michael

Obedience Classes by Sean Michael
Release Date: June 22, 2013
Publisher: Storm Moon Press
Pages: 30
Source: book provided by the publisher for review



When his pack alpha becomes fed up with his rebellion, werewolf Trevor is overdue for an attitude adjustment. Lone wolf Dirk is charged with this task, as a favor to the pack. Dirk, though, seems more interested in claiming Trevor for himself, by any means necessary. And regardless of Trevor’s feelings on the matter.


Review:  Obedience Classes by Sean Michael is not part of a series that I found but I hope we get to see more of these characters in the future. I chose this book because I enjoy read Seam Michael’s stories. I never read one that did not enjoy.

Trevor is tried of how his pack is treating him and wants to leave the pack. He is not getting what he needs from his pack because he is gay and most of his pack is straight. The alpha gives Dirk a lone wolf to change his attitude. I really wanted smack Dirk. He could have talked to Trevor about his issues rather than pounce on him. Its apparent to me that until Trevor acted out they did not care about his happiness. They story was too short to get any feeling as to chemistry between Trevor and Dirk.

While I enjoyed this story it was way to short and I kept getting the feeling that I missed something. This book was more like a chapter in a much longer story than a short story. I really hope we get to see these characters again. The story that is here is well written and intriguing. Overall, this was a great story.