The Genie Ignites


Book Description


Girl meets genie. They fall in love. Girl gets killed. Genie gets cursed. Three millennia later, she’s reincarnated as a smart, somewhat sardonic 21st century editor who can’t remember the great love of her existence. The genie however, will never forget her.

Bethany O’Brien is a 21st-century woman with a career, ambition and bills. She has no recollection of how she once felt about a nearly 4,000-year-old genie named Zubis who suddenly invades her world, but he certainly remembers her. In a previous incarnation, Bethany was an important temple priestess who apprenticed to the djinn. Zubis, powerful and alluring, is infuriatingly bemused by Bethany’s skepticism. Once upon a time, he vowed to love her forever and has no plans of breaking his vow. And although the priestess she once was had been taught that a romance with a djinni must never be, Bethany gradually realizes that her love for Zubis cannot be forgotten. Along with the returning glimmers of her past life, Bethany is forced to confront a mandate from an ancient society to kill the genie of her dreams.

Book Review


This was my first foray into a book written by KellyAnn Zuzule.  I absolutely loved it!  This was a fun and fiery read that I did not want to put down at all.

From the moment I fired up the Kindle, I was enthralled with this author’s words.  I love the contrast that the author creates between the past life and love they had together with the current timeline. 

I was drawn into their world and did not want to leave it at all.

In conjunction with the Wakela’s World Disclosure Statement, I received a product in order to enable my review. No other compensation has been received. My statements are an honest account of my experience with the brand. The opinions stated here are mine alone.


kfzuzulo said…
Thank you, Wakela, for taking the time to read The Genie Ignites! I'm really glad you enjoyed it and am now even more inspired to finish the sequel. Zubis and Bethany will soon return in The Genie Smolders.
Best Wishes,
Kellyann Zuzulo
African names said…
It seem to be an interesting book, I will try to read it.

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