Ayesha, although second generation Scottish, is by culture and family tradition, still very much an Indian girl at heart. Her parents, both successful doctors desire Ayesha to follow them into medicine, but Ayesha's heart and passion has always been for fashion and design. Ger, has always wanted to be a designer, from a very young age. When the two meet, the attraction between them is undeniable and clear for all to see. Both Ayesha and Ger have their own perceptions of their relationship and things do not run as smoothly as they should.
Ayesha takes us behind the scenes of the high-fashion and modeling world and exposes some of the perils of that industry. I did find some aspects of Ayesha and Ger's relationship pushed the boundaries of believability at times. I remember saying more than once; "can anyone really be that blind, or that dumb to reality". That having been said, I've always been a sucker for a soulmate meets soulmate romance and Ayesha is definitely that.
The story was well told, with plenty of intrigue and adventure along the way. I did love the way Renehan seemed able to interweave seemingly disparate characters into her tale. Everyone, it seemed was somehow inter-related. I find these seamless interrelationships as the sign of an excellent author.
I enjoyed Ayesha and would highly recommend it to anyone who likes a "soulmate" romance or has an interest in high-fashion fiction. I would give Ayesha a very solid four-star rating. Just checking Renehan's Amazon page, I do notice there is a second book in this series; Ayesha, To Break a Promise. I'll definitely be having a look at that. The synopsis certainly teases me.
A good story and kudos to Renehan.
You can check out the Ayesha Series here: http://amzn.to/1TA1eyD