It’s here, the second story in the Path of Angels series by Patricia Josephine! I enjoyed the character interview with Michael from book one so I decided to have another with the star of book two, Zadekiel. Enjoy and keep reading for a blurb, buy links and info on the awesome author!
Q: Let’s start with the basics. Tell us a bit about yourself and what makes you tick.
Zade: I am a reincarnated archangel. I’m also a middle child with sisters. My oldest sister and I hardly ever got along and our mother was always separating us.
Q: Do you have any hobbies, favorite TV shows, books? Anything you fangirl/boy over?
Zade: I enjoyed school and worked hard at it. Any good book is appreciated, but I do love it when they make them into movies. I like seeing the images before me that were once only in my head. Sometimes they are the same, sometimes not.
Q: What is one thing from your past you’re most proud of?
Zade: My grades in school. Given that our town is so small and my father, people always expected me to fail. I worked hard to earn all As and prove them that I wasn’t going to end up a thug.
Q: Let’s play favorites:
Pepsi or Coke?
Zade: Neither. I like water. It’s refreshing.
Pie or Cake?
Zade: It depends on the pie. Apple, hell yes. Pecan? Give me the cake.
White or dark chocolate?
Zade: Have you seen my skin? Dark chocolate is the best. *winks*
Playstation 4 or Xbox 1or WiiU?
Zade: Xbox1 all the way.
Paperback book or ebook?
Zade: Ebooks are nice because I can bring a hundred of them in one small device. Although, hunting fallen angels means there’s not much time for reading.
Summer or winter?
Zade: Summer. I find the sun to be invigorating and you don’t get that as much in the wintertime.
Puppies or kittens?
Zade: Kittens. They’re so tiny and fuzzy and then they grow up to be complete nightmares that think they own you.
Vampires or werewolves?
Zade: Zombies. They are far easier to battle. One shot to the head.
The path is lost.
With Michael gone, the mantle of leadership falls to Zadekiel. In this time of darkness, with tempers running short, Zade struggles to guide his brothers. Hope comes in the form of a green haired woman with a unique gift. She represents a way back to the path they lost when Michael disappeared.
Zephyr fills books with cryptic poetry, a powerful compulsion, which is more a curse than a blessing. With no control over her ability, she struggles to live a normal life. When she meets Zade, he insists her ability is a gift from God. Reluctantly, she agrees to join the cause–it’s hard to dispute a man with wings.
Now the path is found, but one question remains. Will it lead to further darkness?
Patricia Josephine never set out to become a writer. In fact, she never considered it an option during high school and college. She was all about art. On a whim, she wrote down a story bouncing in her head. That was the start of it and she hasn’t regretted a moment. She writes young adult under the name Patricia Lynne.
Patricia lives with her husband in Michigan, hopes one day to have what will resemble a small petting zoo, has a fondness for dying her hair the colors of the rainbow, and an obsession with Doctor Who.