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but his life is organized down to the minute and he doesn't like any disruption or change to his routine
Reviewed in the United States on June 12, 2017
This book was just okay. The story of geneticist Don Tillman who has Aspbergers. Highly functioning, but his life is organized down to the minute and he doesn't like any disruption or change to his routine. He is however, puzzled as to why he is still unattached. He longs for a wife and goes on a quest to find one. A crazy quest, involving a lengthy questionnaire that no woman could possibly answer to his satisfaction. Don is friends with the womanizing Gene and his long suffering wife, Claudia. They attempt to buffer him and steer him through the social pitfalls Don inevitably falls into.
Don then meets Rosie. A bartender and a student and they embark on a quest to find out who Rosie's real father is -- while getting to know each other.
I read this book in one afternoon. It was mildly entertaining, but that is about it. Probably not going to peruse the sequel. Not exactly chick-lit, but very close.