The Rosie Project

Don Tillman is a 39-year-old Australian genetics professor. He is lacking in social skills, and his obsessively methodical approach to life leads him to undertake the Wife Project to find a partner. The project involves a 16-page questionnaire to weed out unsuitable candidates such as smokers, drinkers, and the habitually tardy. Wildly unsuitable Rosie Jarman enters his life, and while he immediately discounts her as wife material, he agrees to use his DNA expertise to help her learn who her biological father is. Don finds himself staying up late, eating food and drinking wine well outside his self-imposed limits, and actually having fun. This endearing, laugh-out-loud romantic comedy will have listeners coming back for the sequel, The Rosie Effect. Reader Dan O’Grady gives Don a thoroughly winsome voice. Highly recommended.

The Rosie project [sound recording]By Simsion, Graeme C.

An Australian geneticist is looking for a wife, but finds himself smitten with a woman who's the opposite of what he thought he wanted. Funny, smart, and charming.

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