Review of Sentinel’s Kiss (Sentinels of Babylon) by Jamie K. Schmidt

Once a soldier, Always a soldier.

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Book Length (Est.): 216 pages

Book Description/Synopsis: 

A fiercely protective bad boy. An innocent reporter in serious trouble. They shouldn’t work, but after he throws her onto his bike, there’s no going back.

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 five 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.

Mindy’s Review: 

*I received this book free from Netgalley on behalf of Random House Publishing – Loveswept in exchange for an honest review*

Josh Lehman is a member of the Sentinels of Babylon. He became a member because he was tired of watching scumbags cheat the system. His sister was recently murdered and he has his eyes on his brother in law. Josh must show some patience and wait until the time is right so he cannot be linked to his murder.

Ashley Carver is a reporter and is wanting to do a follow up story on an unsolved murder. She must get in close with the husband of the deceased and the brother. Ashley knows Josh because the last time that she seen him they were in the backseat of his car after his sister’s funeral.

Josh finally found where his sister’s husband has been hiding out for the past two years. Keeping an eye on him and waiting until the right time to make his move is interrupted by the beautiful Ashley trying to get a story.  However, she brings him new information that might just stop him from going after the husband. All bets are off when Ashley is the one that ends up in danger.

Josh and Ashley have a chemistry that they know will have them under the sheets if they get to close together. Josh is counting on that.

This is the second book in the Sentinels of Babylon series. These are a good read if you like the idea of vigilantes cleaning up the streets after the system lets the bad guys go free.  Someone must do the dirty work, right? 


*Clicking on the book cover above will take you to the Amazon purchase page.


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One response to “Review of Sentinel’s Kiss (Sentinels of Babylon) by Jamie K. Schmidt

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