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Mar 14 2013 7:10am

Have a Slice!: March 14th is Pi Day!

Today is March 14th, or 3/14 in numbers, which means it's Pi Day! The Pi Day site explains:

Pi (Greek letter “π”) is the symbol used in mathematics to represent a constant—the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter—which is approximately 3.14159.

Romances with mathematics-minded heroes or heroines include Jackie Barbosa's forthcoming Skin in the Game (May 2013), Erica Hayes's Dragonfly, Nina Rowan's A Study in Seduction and Laura Kinsale's Flowers from the Storm.

What other romance novels with math can you think of?

Thanks to Twitter for the help with these titles!

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4 comments
Lege Artis
1. LegeArtis
Eloisa James's The Duke is Mine has mathematican hero. I really didn't like this one, but I remember math part.
Dark Desires After Dusk by Kresley Cole- heroine (Holly?- I'm not sure) is math teacher.
Carmen Pinzon
2. bungluna
JoanWolf had a mathematical Duke in her Regencies. He appeared as a secondary character in one novel, Fool's Masquerade, and as the hero in another, The Rebellious Ward.
Theresa Romain
3. Theresa Romain
Cecilia Grant wrote a math-genius heroine in A GENTLEMAN UNDONE. Loved it.
Janett Torset
4. jtorset
Hayden Rothwell in Madeline Hunter's The Rules of Seduction is a math genius who gets lost in his work for days. Great book!
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