We have made it to the very last season of The Genie Whisperer! I know that I expedited publishing the rest of the series, but I still can’t believe we’re somehow down to only two more books. 

WARNING: The below post contains spoilers for book nine, The Three F’s of Genie Whispering

Inspiration

The Deceptive Gem is probably the most dramatic of all the books (yes, even MORE dramatic than Tavor being such a jerk in book nine!). But with only two books left, the drama has gotta happen somewhere. 

I’m pleased to say that I believe this book has the villain some of my beta readers hated the very most. And the very best villains are either ones that readers love or hate. I admit that I rather enjoyed writing this villain. They have a lot more . . . personality, we’ll say, than some of the other villains in the series. There’s more I’d love to say, but I’d hate to spoil anything 🙂 

Though all of the drama in this book definitely isn’t the villain’s fault. Ali and her dad still haven’t worked things out between them, and the genies had to find out about the freedom spell killing Ali eventually. Unsurprisingly, some of them don’t take it very well. Which leads to one of my absolute favorite conversations between Darios and Tavor that I’ve been planning for ages. 

I hope you all enjoy! And remember, no matter how depressing things might get in this book, I promise a happily ever after ending for the series 🙂