Rating: 3.5 stars
The sequel to The Rosie Project.
Don and Rosie are back and they are happily married and living in New York. Together they will have to face a new challenge: Rosie is pregnant. Don decides to start learning about the protocols of becoming a father, but his unusual research methods get him in trouble with the law and with Rosie. With the help of his best friend Gene and others he must make things better without hurting Rosie in her “delicate” state, while he also tries to help those around him. With that he faces the biggest problem of all: losing Rosie when she needs him the most.
I must admit I began backwards. I haven’t read The Rosie Project because I got The Rosie Effect as a gift and I didn’t bother to look for info about it. Still I enjoyed it very much. Dan is very smart but his knowledge helps him in his field of work, not with those around him. Even though his socializing skill suck he is a good guy trying to make things work the right way, but sometimes the right way isn’t always the best and Don must learn that the hard way.
I laughed so much because of all the odd things he did and also felt so mad at him for been such a smartass, but it was a fun novel. Even though I don’t know how the met, I enjoyed it as if it was a single novel.