MATHEMATICAL FICTION:

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Miscalculations (2000)
Elizabeth Mansfield
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This romance novel features female "math whiz", hired to help an attractive millionaire handle his wealth. Of course, they fall in love.

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  3. The Lady's Code by Samantha Saxon
  4. The Bed and the Bachelor by Tracy Anne Warren
  5. The Dark Lord by Patricia Simpson
  6. Moment of Madness by Una-Mary Parker
  7. The Givenchy Code by Julie Kenner
  8. Do the Math: A Novel of the Inevitable by Philip Persinger
  9. The Countess Conspiracy by Courtney Milan
  10. Echoes from the Past by Edward Michel-Bird
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Categories:
GenreHistorical Fiction, Romance,
MotifFemale Mathematicians, Romance,
Topic
MediumNovels,

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