Louisana, Mardi Gras, a dysfunctional family, lots of secrets... Oh, yeah, and a hero suspected of being an insane killer. Now is that Gothic or what?
One thing that makes this stand apart from many of the old Gothics is that the heroine is strong and funny. Also, there are sensual love scenes...
Debbie M. (Tafwin) reviewed Crazy Like a Fox (Harlequin American Romance, No 326) on
Margaret Jaffrey is a young widow who moves in with her dead husband's eccentric family so her nine-year-old daughter can have a better life. Soon Margaret finds herself seduced by the atmosphere, the slower pace and Peter Andrew Jaffrey, the cousin of her deceased husband.