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Review Opportunity: Doll Parts: Tales of Twisted Love by Azzurra Nox

Doll Parts: Tales of Twisted Love
Azzurra Nox
Publication date: December 8th 2015
Genres: Contemporary, LGBTQ+, New Adult


A haunting trio of short stories about love, obsession, and secrets. Each short story is titled after a song, The National’s Apartment Story, Placebo’s Scared of Girls, and Skunk Anansie’s Post Orgasmic Chill.

Apartment Story
A lonely married woman nostalgically rekindles a friendship with a former lover and the apartment they shared. Dark secrets and mysteries surround the apartment building and its new tenants that delve deep into the woman’s psyche and prove to be fatal.

Scared of Girls
A glamorous go-go dancer and a failing university student are bound by a dark secret that may change their fates forever.

Post Orgasmic Chill
The destinies of a cynical rock star, a groupie, an arrogant DJ, and naïve university student intertwine in a rainy London that serves as the backdrop to their tormented lives. Secrets and lies coincide in this dark tale of love gone wrong.

Hauntingly spare, beautiful, and twisted, Doll Parts is a disquieting and at times darkly morbid collection of short stories about normal people who suddenly discover their own dark possibilities.



You can now request a review copy of Doll Parts: Tales of Twisted Love by Azzurra Nox, 3 short stories about love, obsession, and secrets (New Adult, Contemporary Fiction, LGBT, Bisexual Romance). Reviews should be posted by release day (Dec 8th) if possible, if not, please post by February 10th at latest. Review copies will be in ebook format.

Page count: 101 pages / Heat level: Some sex but not too graphic

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