First, fans were treated to The Bachelor “villain” Courtney Robertson‘s tell-all, I Didn’t Come Here to Make Friends: Confessions of a Reality Show Villain, and now, thanks to People.com, we know that The Bachelorette‘s Andi Dorfman is also penning a book titled, It’s Not Okay.
HA! If you watched Dorfman on Juan Pablo Galavis’ season of The Bachelor — in which she was one of three girls left vying for Galavis’ heart before leaving the show — you know that this may just be the most perfect title she could have ever come up with. I wholeheartedly approve, Andi.
After leaving Juan Pablo in the dust, she found love as The Bachelorette and chose suitor Josh Murray as her leading man. He proposed in the June 2014 finale and they lived happily ever…
Oh wait, that was my excitement getting the better of me. In January 2015, the couple released a statement that crushed the hearts of all Bachelor/Bachelorette fans everywhere and announced that they had amicably split. So what happened in the seven months that the duo spent together outside of The Bachelorette world, or in other words, the real world? Normally, I would say we’ll never know, but Dorfman has given Bachelor Nation what they’ve been begging for with the announcement of her tell-all.
One person who knows how difficult of a process writing a tell-all like this can be is Bachelor Ben Flajnik’s former fiancé Courtney Robertson, who is just as excited about Dorfman’s announcement. “I will definitely be reading that and from what I hear it’s going to be good,” Robertson spills to us. “I’m just glad that she’s brave enough to do it.”
So are we, Courtney. I, personally, can not wait to get my hands on a copy of It’s Not Okay, a book Dorfman herself says is an anti-self help book. After watching Dorfman through two seasons of ABC’s hit shows, I’m certain we’ll get some truly great material that offers an honest, exciting and probably heart-breaking look into her experience on not only The Bachelor, but also what ultimately forced her and Murray to call off their engagement. I only wish we didn’t have to wait until Spring 2016 to read it!