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A Perfect Equation (The Secret Scientists of London) (2022)
Elizabeth Everett

Miss Letitia Fenley wishes to compete for the prestigious Rosewood Prize for Mathematics. Unfortunately, she is distracted from her research by her role in a secret society of female scientists in Victorian England whose existence was established in the previous book ("A Lady's Formula for Love"). In particular, it is forcing her to interact with the Viscount Greycliff, a man she despises. Based on my limited experience with romance novels, I presume this means that a hot mix of love and lust awaits the couple towards the end of the book. (I'm writing this in January 2022 while the book is scheduled to appear in February. I will update this entry with more information once I've had a chance to read it.)

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GenreHistorical Fiction, Romance,
MotifFemale Mathematicians, Romance,

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