“The Rosie Project”


I recommend “The Rosie Project” by Graeme Simsion. This charming romance novel tells the story of Professor Don Tillman, a brilliant but socially awkward geneticist who decides to embark on a scientific quest to find the perfect life partner. He creates a detailed questionnaire, known as the “Wife Project,” to filter out incompatible candidates.

However, Don’s carefully planned life takes an unexpected turn when he meets Rosie, a free-spirited bartender who doesn’t fit any of his criteria. Rosie enlists Don’s help in her own quest to discover her biological father, and together, they embark on a journey that challenges Don’s structured world and leads to unexpected feelings and discoveries.

“The Rosie Project” is a heartwarming and often humorous tale of love, acceptance, and the unpredictability of human relationships. Graeme Simsion beautifully explores the contrast between Don’s logical approach to life and Rosie’s spontaneity, creating a story that will make you laugh, cry, and ultimately root for this unlikely couple. It’s a delightful and unconventional romance novel that reminds us that sometimes love doesn’t follow a checklist but finds its way into our lives when we least expect it.