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The Rosie Effect - Chapters 13-15 Summary & Analysis

Graeme Simsion
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In Chapter 13, Don broke down and told Gene about the Playground Incident. Gene thought the whole thing was humorous. He told Don he had to tell Rosie what had happened or face going to jail. Don decided there was an alternative, that he could hire someone to impersonate Rosie. Don talked to Sonia about filling the role. She was shocked at first but agreed to do it because Don had been so great in helping Dave with George and because she thought Lydia was out of place in requiring the sessions.

When he returned home, Rosie told Don she had probably overreacted to the idea of counseling. She said they could go if he wanted. Don refused as he had decided using Sonia to stand in for Rosie was a better idea. Before their first appointment with Lydia, Don met Sonia at a...

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