Cover Reveal: Illegal Contact (The Barons #1) by Santino Hassell

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Cover Reveal: Illegal Contact (The Barons #1) by Santino HassellTitle: Illegal Contact
Author: Santino Hassell
Series: The Barons #1
Published by Intermix, Penguin Group USA
Release Date August 15, 2017
Genres: Erotic Romance, M/M Romance, Sports Romance
More Info: Goodreads
Purchase From: Amazon US
Purchase From: Amazon UK
The rules of the game don’t apply off the field in this first Barons novel. 

New York Barons tight end Gavin Brawley is suspended from the team and on house arrest after a video of him brawling goes viral. Gavin already has a reputation as a jerk with a temper on and off the field—which doesn’t help him once he finds himself on the wrong side of the law. And while he’s been successful professionally, he’s never been lucky when it comes to love. 

Noah Monroe is a recent college grad looking for a job—any job—to pay off his mounting student debt. Working as Gavin’s personal assistant/babysitter seems like easy money. But Noah isn’t prepared for the electrifying tension between him and the football player. He’s not sure if he’d rather argue with Gavin or tackle him to the floor. But both men know the score, and neither is sure what will happen once Gavin's timeout is over…

Title: Illegal Contact

Series: The Barons #1

Genre: Erotic Sports M/M Romance

Author: Santino Hassell

Release Date: June 20, 2017

About Santino Hassell

Santino Hassell was raised by a conservative family, but he was anything but traditional. He grew up to be a smart-mouthed, school cutting grunge kid, then a transient twenty-something, and eventually transformed into a romance writing and sarcasm loving guy that is most well known for co-writing a free, dystopian series that has spawned an online cult following.

Santino is a dedicated gamer, a former anime-watcher and fanfic writer, an ASoIaF mega nerd, a Grindr enthusiast, but most of all he is a writer of LGBT fiction that is heavily influenced by the gritty, urban landscape of New York City, his belief that human relationships are complex and flawed, and his own life experiences.

So, what did you think? :-)