Duke With Benefits

Duke With Benefits

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Lady Daphne Forsyth is a brilliant mathematician with a burning passion for puzzles. When she learns that the library belonging to her benefactress houses the legendary Cameron Cipher--an encrypted message that, once solved, holds the key to great riches--Daphne is on the case. Unfortunately, her race to unlock the cipher's code is continually thwarted by a deliciously handsome distraction she hadn't counted on. . .and cannot resist.

Dalton Beauchamp, the Duke of Maitland, is curious as to why Daphne is spending so much time snooping around his aunt's bookshelves. He's even more intrigued by her bold yet calculating manner: She is unapologetic about her secret quest. . .and the fiery attraction that develops between them both. But how can they concentrate on solving a perplexing enigma once the prospect of true love enters the equation?

"Witty, sensual historical romance that will captivate readers." -- Romance Junkies

Duke with Benefits is the second in Manda Collins' Studies in Scandal series set in Regency England.

Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Paperbacks, c2017
ISBN: 9781250109880
Branch Call Number: PB FIC COL
Characteristics: 310 p. ;,18 cm.


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Regency romance. Lady Daphne Forsyth is determined to find and solve the Jacobite Cypher, believed to be the key to great riches and hidden somewhere in a library she has recently inherited. As a brilliant mathematician who loves to solve puzzles, her single-minded search is constantly side-track... Read More »

ReadingAdviser_Sally Nov 14, 2017

Cute, full of feminism which is nice to see in a historical romance.

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ReadingAdviser_Sally Nov 14, 2017

Cute, full of feminism which is nice to see in a historical romance.

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