I loved The Rosie Project which I reviewed last year and was my top 5 reads of 2014. So when this book came out it was a must read for me and I was looking forward to finding out what Don Tillman was doing now.
Don has married Rosie and we follow their life in New York. They have settled into life well, compromised on some things like the food plans and have a social life too. But when Rosie gets pregnant, life changes for everyone.
Don is as sweet as ever, so caring in his own helpful way and as with The Rosie Project there are some classic funny moments in the story. He is shocked when Rosie springs her pregnancy on him and has what he calls a ‘meltdown’. But he deals with it in the way Read the rest of this entry
February and March have been slow months for me in terms of reading as work has been extremely busy, and I have been getting over flu. But I am pleased to say I am back in a reading mood and the arrival of spring is an added bonus. Some highlights for me since the last Book Bag Bundles are: Read the rest of this entry
Welcome to the last Book Bag Bundles of 2014! It has been a packed year for me personally and also on the book front. And still there is a lot happening since the last edition of Book Bag Bundles. Highlights for me are below as well as my top 5 books of the year – Read the rest of this entry
A work colleague told me about this book and it sounded interesting so I thought I would try it. I wasn’t disappointed as The Rosie Project proved to be a very enjoyable read.
We follow Don who is a college professor with a high IQ, super organised, eccentric, and lacks social skills. He is trying to find the perfect wife Read the rest of this entry