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Duke with Benefits (Studies in Scandal) (2017)
Manda Collins

A romance novel with a strong female lead, Lady Daphne Forsyth, who is a mathematician with some stereotypical anti-social traits. She has been set the task of solving an old mystery by breaking a cipher. However, since this is a romance novel, she is unsurprisingly distracted by a certain hunky guy, the "duke" of the title, whose family owns the library containing the cipher.

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Mathematical Content:
1/5 (1 votes)
Literary Quality:
2/5 (1 votes)

GenreHistorical Fiction, Romance,
MotifFemale Mathematicians, Romance,

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