Don Tillman, a professor of genetics, sets up a project designed to find him the perfect wife, starting with a questionnaire that has to be adjusted a little as he goes along. Then he meets Rosie, who is everything he's not looking for in a wife, but she ends up his friend as he helps her try and find her biological father.
If you're in the mood for a humorous, light read with themes involving Asperger's/Autism and relationships, this might be a good pick. Just don't expect accuracy, strong character development, or a heavy, thought-provoking plot. As another reviewer wrote, expect the rom-com category going in and you won't be let down.
If you are looking for a break from sad fiction, from the weight of self-important characters and long, twisted plots that take 300 pages to come to fruition, then read The Rosie Project! This smart, quick novel will have you laughing with delight and will scratch your itch for a heartwarming, rom-com read. Loved it.