Sentinel's Kiss
Sentinels of Babylon #2
by Jamie K. Schmidt (GoodReads Author)
ebook, 224 pages
expected publication March 7, 2017,
Loveswept
Only available in ebook at this time

GoodReads Summary:
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.

My Review:
If you read Necessary Evil, Sentinels of Babylon #1, which I reviewed on October 28, 2016, then you know about the bad boys of the Sentinels of Babylon. They are bad, but they are on a mission of good. They are cleaning up what the cops and courts miss. Vigilante isn't usually considered a nice word, but they see themselves as doing justice. And they all have related backgrounds, too. These are strong men with an eye to making the world safer for people to live in.

Each has taken a name within the group. Josh has taken the name Sentinel. He's the founder of the group. He's the one who gets the phone call. He's the one who sends the rest of the guys towards the target. Sometimes he's the one who pulls the trigger. Now he's Ashley's target. Will she get her story and put the group on the front page? Or can his kiss make her forget he kills people?

Ms. Schmidt has done it again. She paints all the dark and drama around this group of men and then adds this one woman who can save the heart and soul of one of them. The confrontations can be violent and the sex is hot. Not for the faint of heart. Recommended for women who like bad boy romance. Sentinels of Babylon are a motor cycle group, but it's not a huge issue, just a fact.

I was provided this eARC by Loveswept and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I am not being compensated in any way. All opinions are fully my own.
~ Judi E. Easley for Blue Cat Review