The Custod Chronicles 

Charity Mae's Debut series. A departure from the Royalty Romance or young adult fantasy romance, it's an epic fantasy that kicks off the world of the Custods. 

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The Custod Chronicles:
Rising

 

What does it take to make someone a Merlin?


A once noble land lies in ruins. A life of torment, starvation, and terror is all that awaits those who had survived. Though hope is not dead yet. Hidden away from the rest of the world, young Cedrick Custod is forbidden to use or study magic. One accidental spell will bring the fury of his father crashing down upon him.

 

Yet, if he leverages the power inside of him, they could defeat Heklis: the evil sorcerer, who in a jealous rage killed off every last man, woman, and child of these divinely commissioned Custod and kingly Potentate lines. To save their world, Cedrick will have to choose between duty and family, between his own desires and those he loves most.

 

Can he overcome his father’s fury and find the key to saving his world? Or will he be doomed to watch as his father allows his world fall into darkness?

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The Custod Chronicles:
Burning

 

The past is the key to saving their future.

Cedrick Custod is running out of time. This “farm boy” has learned much about his place in the world, but now he must learn to trust that world. New enemies are emerging. The unknowns of the past dog his every move, and if he can’t find the answers in time, all will be lost. But can he trust of what he learns? Are these legends, myths, and prophecies to be trusted?

 

How do you trust a world that isn’t honest with you? If Cedrick can’t learn the truth behind his father’s hatred, the political intrigue among his own troops, and even his wife’s past, everything he has gained will be for nothing. Can he find the truth in time and trust it? Or will his confidence be their undoing? 

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The Custodi Chronicles:
Burning

 

What happens when the fire goes out? 

Cedrick Custod is running out of time. This “farm boy” has learned much about his place in the world, but now he must learn to trust that world. New enemies are emerging. The unknowns of the past dog his every move, and if he can’t find the answers in time, all will be lost. But can he trust of what he learns? Are these legends, myths, and prophecies to be trusted?

 

How do you trust a world that isn’t honest with you? If Cedrick can’t learn the truth behind his father’s hatred, the political intrigue among his own troops, and even his wife’s past, everything he has gained will be for nothing. Can he find the truth in time and trust it? Or will his confidence be their undoing?