Curse of the Celts by Charlie N. Holmberg is the second book in The Once and Future Queen trilogy.
You are accused of crimes against the Code. How do you plead?
After failing to escape the Roman metropolis of Londinium with Devyn, her lover, and Marcus, her betrothed, Cassandra wakes in inky darkness to find the ground giving way to sand beneath her feet.
All three of them have been carted back to the notorious arena at the heart of the city to stand trial by public vote. Cass knows they must escape at any cost: to warn the Celts of the mysterious blood curse ravaging their kin, to foil the schemes of the imperial council…
To find the fabled Lady of the Lake, the one who could save them all.
But even as the jaws of death close in around her, another threat looms in the shadows, a danger she never could have foreseen, a betrayal that could burn down her entire world.
I enjoyed jumping back into this world again. I really loved seeing what Cass, Devyn and Marcus got up to in this book.
The story was interesting and the ending has me wanting the last book already. I really like how O’Conner expanded on the world and law in this book which I absolutely love.