A ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Review of Sentinel’s Kiss (Sons of Babylon, Book 2) by Jamie K. Schmidt @Jamiekswriter

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

Josh “Sentinel” Lehman still wants retribution for his sister’s death two years ago. He’s a patient man and will get his vengeance, no matter how long it takes, he was a sniper, so he knows how to be patient. A chance sighting of the reporter that he spoke to after his sister’s death could be the lead he’s been looking for. Of course, the fact that she’s still a beautiful now as she was two years ago isn’t a problem either. Maybe Josh can get a taste of her again.

Ashely Carver has new information regarding the death of Sarah Stevens and she’s hoping to get closure for the woman’s death. She’s a tenacious woman that doesn’t give up on a story and she digs deep for her answers. She has her own trauma in her past that haunts her dreams.

This story is action packed as well as danger packed. It has more to it than either Sentinel or Ashley could have expected. A retired cop, an ex-army sniper, a previous warden and a previous spook all executive members of the Sons of Babylon MC. They have been friends and members of the S.O.B.’s since they were kids, even if they were a different kind of bike club back then. Now they’re adults and know even more about the evil that lurks in the shadows. They run their bar below their club house that serves the men in blue and keeps them in the know of what is going on in their town. They are dangerous, loyal and deep. I give this story a 5-star review and I’m looking forward to the next book in the series. These characters drew me in from the first book and have held on tight. It’s a different take on an MC and I love it.

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