Book Review: Number Seventy-Five by Ashley Fontainne

Number Seventy-Five is a short 74 page thriller by best selling author, Ashley Fontainne. I really enjoyed this book. It is a nice, quick read for an evening or weekend of relaxing and it hooks you from the very start.

To have a beginning, middle and end with such a short amount of pages can be very difficult to pull off but Fontainne does it fantastically. You find yourself immersed in what happens to the main character, and in how the story is going to end.

Even in the short 74 pages, Fontainne writes twists and turns that keep you guessing how it's going to end right up until the last line is read.

I thought that at times in the beginning of the story the prose got a little "purple" so to speak, but Fontainne moved past that quickly and presents a great story. There was one character (I won't go into details because it might give stuff away) that I felt wasn't quite right. Maybe he just didn't play his role the way I would have liked... I can't really place my finger on it. But I felt like his personality didn't quite fit who he was supposed to be.

All-in-all a great story. I'm giving Number Seventy-Five 4 out of 5 stars.

You can purchase Number Seventy-Five HERE

Dating can be deadly…

Three years after the demise of her seventeen year marriage, Mandy Russell decides to jump back into the choppy waters of the dating world. With very little options available in her small town of Bainsville, Tennessee, Mandy lets her best friend Shawna persuade her into joining an online dating site.

Feeling she has met someone she can really connect with, Mandy decides it’s time to meet face-to-face with her new suitor, unaware of his true plans for her. Dark, sinister plans that will test Mandy’s physical strength, mental fortitude, and will to survive. 

Will Mandy prevail or will this first date be her last?