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The Genie Ignites

4.43  ·  Rating Details ·  14 Ratings  ·  7 Reviews
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.
ebook, 180 pages
Published March 2nd 2012 by Boroughs Publishing Group (first published March 1st 2012)
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Lisa Pietsch
Mar 02, 2012 Lisa Pietsch rated it it was amazing
I've been a fan of Kellyann Zuzulo for years!
I'm so excited to have another one of her genies come to life for me!
Tina Williams
Apr 06, 2013 Tina Williams rated it it was amazing
Passionate and Magical Romance

After reading this tale I will never look at copper lamps or think of genies in the same way again! The Genie Ignites is a passionate and magical romance with an intricate plot. In it, a young American woman is recruited by a secret society to help it eradicate all genies. In doing so she is reunited with her lover, a three thousand year old genie she betrayed in a past incarnation she is unaware of.

American editor, Bethany O’Brien, has been beset by disconcerting d
Sep 30, 2013 ILVN rated it really liked it
Do you think you would be able to wait for your soul mate for 3000 years? Not me! I have a patience problem so three hours can be an issue for me at times but Zubis has waited for Bethany that long! Having her with him is essential and he is willing to wait even longer to make sure she is ready to accept her very distant past.

Bethany is a level-headed, somewhat skeptical young woman that works in the Saudi embassy in Washington D.C. She is incredibly intelligent and has a wonderfully sarcastic a
Paula Millhouse
Mar 09, 2013 Paula Millhouse rated it it was amazing
Kellyann Zuzulo weaves a tapestry of magic and intrigue in The Genie Ignites.

I found the novel filled with tension and conflict as Bethany O'Brien, a high-profile journalist working in Washington, D.C. uncovers her own history and her link to the past. She's no shrinking violet - Bethany is determined to find out why Zubis, an ancient genie is manifesting himself in her dreams, and her reality. Once a priestess in Solomon's court, Zubis needs Bethany at his side. He's loved her for three thousan
Ok So Bethany is a reincarnated priestess from 3,000 years ago. She had a torrid affair with a Jiini and was killed because of it. Now in the 21st century she is trying to put together the puzzle pieces of her past and what to do about her future. This is a very background story.
The author seems to put alot in the details concerning how Bethany, and the dignitaries of 3 nations come together and who is an ally and who is not.

Zubis is a Jinni and bound by a copper lamp because of the curse King S
Wendy Hines
May 31, 2013 Wendy Hines rated it really liked it

The Genie Ignites is a splendid paranormal romance with intrigue, romance and many historical attributes. Zubis has been waiting for his soul mate to be reborn for three thousand years. He needs her at his side and will wait eternity if he has to. But she has arrived and she doesn't remember who she was.

Bethany is a journalist beseeched with dreams with a beautiful genie. When she travels to Saudi Arabia, she is stunned when she meets the man from her dreams in the flesh. Their connection won't
Susan Nicol
Aug 19, 2012 Susan Nicol rated it it was amazing
I thoroughly enjoyed this read. Kellyann has written a book about a subject she obviously knows well as her knowledge and passion shine through on every page. Bethany is a very credible heroine, feisty and independent, as she gets drawn into a web of intrigue and her past history with a very mysterious ancient culture. Meeting the past love of her life, Zubis, who is, I have to say, an incredible sexy but fairly autocratic jinn, turns the world she knew on its head and opens her eyes to a world ...more
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