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This box set contains all five parts of The Wolves of Paris. Save 50% off the normal price! PART ONE The year is 1419. Paris has been devastated by plagues and war. Tomas Lamont is a young peasant boy trying to survive. When the powerful pack of Black Wolves attack and take over the city, led by their charismatic leader Courtaud, Tomas's world is changed forever. PART TWO An unknown threat emerges. Courtaud travels to a meeting of the Council of Wolves after the mysterious disappearance of an entire wolf pack. Tomas and Macon explore Fontainebleau, the ancestral home of the Black Wolves, and enjoy each others intimate company. Otto adjusts to his new role as the Duke of Vernuil, unwittingly defying the Dauphin of France which results in dire consequences. PART THREE The Black Wolves confront the mysterious disappearance of one of their number. Courtaud follows the trail of clues to Habsburg Castle, the home of one of Europe's most powerful families. But there are threats and danger all around them as an attack is made against Macon and Otto, and Tomas begins to question what the future might hold for him deep in the forests of Fontainebleau. PART FOUR Black Wolves in Chains. Medieval Europe was a dark and dangerous time. While the human armies fought endless battles for control, the Black Wolves were inevitably drawn into the confusion and chaos as the different factions fought for power. What they didn't expect though was that their greatest threat would come from one of their own kind. PART FIVE The Rise of the Dragon. The final instalment of the saga of The Wolves of Paris sees a daring rescue mission launched on the Habsburg Castle as the knights of the Order of the Dragon meet to plan their attack. Not all the wolves will survive but one will realise that his true calling was always to be a slave. Note: This novel contains multiple love scenes between adult males (M/M) and coarse language. It is not suitable for readers under 18.