REVIEW: AYESHA AT LAST BY UZMA JALALUDDIN

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

What it is about
Ayesha is 28 and unmarried mostly because she is outspoken and liberal. While working on a program for the mosque, she meets Khalid who is conservative and rigid.

POV- third person 

HEA/HFN- yes

Funny parts- yes

Sad parts- some

Love triangle- not really

Insta-love- kind of

Cheating- no

Super insecure character- no

Trigger warning- death of loved ones, gossips, forced marriage, racism, Islamophobia

Realistic scale- 2/5

Pick this up if
You want a cute, sweet and fun romance. You like soap-y drama. You want a halal romance. You like enemies to lovers, unlikely romances. 

Don’t pick this up if
You don’t like drama and misunderstandings. You don’t want a book that deals with difficult topics. 

Pages- 368

Audiobook- 10h 35m
Narrators- Lara Sawalha

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3 thoughts on “REVIEW: AYESHA AT LAST BY UZMA JALALUDDIN

  1. I’m really glad you managed to enjoy this one so much! I actually ended up really disliking it, bit I hope to read Hana Khan Carries On and hope I end up enjoying that!

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