Cover Reveal: Sutphin Boulevard (Five Boroughs #1) by Santino Hassell

Posted July 1, 2015 by bookstobreathe in Cover Reveal / 0 Comments

Cover Reveal: Sutphin Boulevard (Five Boroughs #1) by Santino HassellTitle: Sutphin Boulevard
Author: Santino Hassell
Series: Five Boroughs #1
Published by Dreamspinner Press
Release Date July 31, 2015
Genres: Contemporary Romance, GBLT Romance
More Info: Goodreads
Michael Rodriguez and Nunzio Medici have been friends for two decades. From escaping their dysfunctional families in the working-class neighborhood of South Jamaica, Queens to teaching in one of the city’s most queer friendly schools in Brooklyn, the two men have shared everything. Or so they thought until a sweltering night of dancing leads to an unexpected encounter that forever changes their friendship.

Now, casual touches and lingering looks are packed with sexual tension, and Michael can’t forget the feel of his best friend’s hands on him. Once problems rear up at work and home, Michael finds himself seeking constant escape in the effortless intimacy and mind-blowing sex he has with Nunzio. But things don’t stay easy for long.

When Michael’s world begins to crumble in a sea of tragedy and complications, he knows he has to make a choice: find solace in a path of self-destruction or accept the love of the man who has been by his side for twenty years.

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Sutphin Boulevard by Santino Hassell will be available on July 31, 2015.

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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? :-)