Award Winning Ashley Fontainne

Ashley Fontainne, winner of the Bronze Medal- 2013 Reader’s Favorite International Book Contest


Number Seventy-Five

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 nto 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?


Excellent short story!  With all the online dating going on, our friends constantly warn us to be safe, meet in a public place, let people know where you are going. This is exactly what Mandy does. She even brings a gun, and has off duty police looking out for her. None of these safety measures are enough. A few hours later, Mandy finds herself with a flat tire on a dark road. She sees someone coming to her rescue, and he’s her date, with a tire iron. What happens next is what makes Ashley Fontaine’s writing great. Twists, and turns, and unexpected surprises in the story, and kept me on the edge of my chair. I don’t say this lightly, I read Horror, and don’t get fazed by much. I LOVED Number Seventy-Five, and would recommend this book.


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2 thoughts on “Award Winning Ashley Fontainne

  1. Not surprising this tale received such a great review! I read one of Ashley’s other books and found myself unable to put it down. I can’t wait to read this one, she is truly a talented author.

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