Please welcome Larklyn Davis to the Self-Rescue Princess.
After her last brush with murder, Larklyn Davis is relieved to be spending her time with the talented new horse at her stables instead of tripping over body parts. While she’s trying to figure out why her newest horse has lost his mojo, she’s also puzzling over her relationship with the brooding, uncommunicative Detective Brecken Wilson.
But then, disaster strikes, and both Lark’s reputation and business are on the line. Once again she finds herself pulled into a murder case and in close proximity to the handsome detective. Throw in a dashing veterinarian plus a matchmaking town, and Lark’s life spins out of control. As clues pile up and all evidence leads back to her barn, Lark gets saddled up to solve another mystery.
Who knew life in Barrow Bay would stir up so much trouble?
What made you decide to take on such a risky endeavor?
Wait, I had a choice? Can we go back to that moment? Because I would like to un-chose.
Did you ever imagine yourself being involved in fighting crime?
No. I train horses. That’s risky enough. If I wanted more thrills, I’d ride eventing.
Who would you say is the least pleased about your additional career choice of amateur sleuthing? Or is detective work your only career?
My Gran, but Brecken’s a close second. Both are very good at reminding me that it’s a really bad idea. Not that bad ideas have ever stopped me from doing something. If they had, I wouldn’t have married my first husband.
What are your strengths and weaknesses?
Um, sarcasm and gossiping? Are those strengths? Because I can confirm that they can be weaknesses. I also don’t know how to throw a punch. I really need to figure that out.
Describe what being a self-rescue princess (a strong, confident woman) means to you.
Um, I guess it means female? I mean, what’s the point of waiting around for someone to rescue you? That sounds like a good way to get dead. Plus, taking care of it yourself is so much faster and more efficient. Get in, do something stupid, save yourself, get out. Not a great plan, but it’s worked for me.
What one advice/wisdom would you like to pass onto young women?
Be you, be strong, be unafraid. Drink more coffee.
What was one lesson you learned during this challenging time in your life?
Love isn’t something to fear.
If your story or life had a theme song, what would it be?
Zero, from the Wreck-it-Ralph movie. But that might be because I don’t listen to anything other than kid’s music these days. Or maybe Let It Go. I sing that to Hailey a lot. Yeah, let’s go with Let It Go.
Do you plan on dabbling in amateur sleuthing in the future, or have you hung up your detective hat?
I never plan on anything… but it happens. It will be happening again this fall. 😉