Review: Sentinel’s Kiss by Jamie Schmidt

If Josh Lehman learned one thing as a Green Beret, it’s patience. Josh founded the Sentinels of Babylon because he was sick and tired of watching scumbags cheat the system—scumbags like the man who murdered his sister. Of course, if Josh’s sniper rifle was linked to the death of his ex-brother-in-law, that might be a problem. The bigger problem is the nosy reporter who’s this close to exposing the club. Josh has to find a way to keep her hot mouth from talking . . . but he’ll be damned if he lets someone take her from him. Not on his watch.

Ashley Carver thought she’d do anything for a scoop. That was before her latest story leads to multiple attempts on her life. Ashley’s been investigating a homicide that has gone unsolved for two years when she uncovers evidence tying the vigilantes of the Sentinels of Babylon to a revenge killing. Now she’s in their crosshairs. But after Josh defies all notions of club loyalty to come to Ashley’s aid, soon they’re burning up the sheets—and taking on the world.

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As always I want to thank Random House Loveswept and NetGalley for providing us with a copy of this book so that we could bring you this review.

To have the Sentinels of Babylon back on the streets is something that those in the criminal community need to worry about… well in this book at least. Sentinel has had a beef with his brother in law since his sister was murdered. And we once again hear from THE JUDGE that is one character I am still trying to figure out who it is. The fact that Sentinel’s love interest is a very nosy reporter can be a problem. But Sentinel does everything to make sure she doesn’t sniff out a story with him and the rest of the SOB’s. Loved the connection between the two characters and the protectiveness that Sentinel exhibits. Loved this story I don’t know what it is about Sentinel but I think he was my favorite from book one. Looking forward to what happens next.

I give this book 5 vigilante kisses…

Happy Reading… Adri

 

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