Discover the New York Times bestselling book that Bachelor fans—and even Bachelor stars—can’t stop talking about! Beloved fan favorite Andi Dorfman tells the unvarnished truth about her engagement, her public breakup, and why looking for love on television is no paradise.
Millions of people tuned in to see Bachelorette star Andi Dorfman get engaged to her chosen suitor. But when the cameras turned off and the dust (or rose petals) had settled, Andi realized she was engaged to a man she’d known for barely two months. And as they endeavored to return to normal life, they discovered that happily ever after wasn’t as easy as it looked. In her own words, Andi delivers “plenty of surprise (and some disturbing) details” (Cosmopolitan) as she tells the whole truth about her entry into the exclusive Bachelor family, her experience on the show, and finally, what happened to make it all fall apart.
But this is much more than the diary of a very public breakup—Andi divulges her story along with some no-nonsense, straight-talking advice to other women dealing with their own romantic issues. In It’s Not Okay, Andi is the best friend we all wish we had, telling us the good, the bad, and the ugly to inspire us to always be true to ourselves and remember breakups may be hard, but it’s always going to be okay.
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Hit all my feels
This book is perfect for anyone who is currently or has ever been through heartbreak. Andi was so honest and raw. Very excited to see what she will continue to do. Such a relatable book.
Andi, I loved you on the bachelor and bachelorette. I really appreciated your candor in this book, its very refreshing. The good news is that after being with a penny stock salesman/ pyramid scheme vitamin shiller, the only place to go is up!
I have a few gripes for your publishers, unrelated to you, so please stop reading &/or give Kelly the device.
Your publishing company seriously needs to hire some editors.
There is no reason the book should say "Flash back to the summer of 2013—I was a twenty-three-year-old”, when you were born in 1987. People that can read and buy books can also do math.
I also didn't like the breakup advice/self-help slant. Most people who like you or pick up this book probably aren't actively going through a breakup at the moment, so those moments just felt like an attempt at a Sex and the City-esque monologue. Let the writer speak for herself.
At least you read a NY Times Bestseller? :/
Going to be honest here, I really just read the book because I was curious to know what exactly happened between the two of them. It’s my guilty pleasure, it’s embarrassing, I will not speak of it again.
I was hoping that in doing so however, I would get to feel like I understood more of who Andi really was. I don’t. At all. This book is trying WAY too hard to be Sex & The City. I’m cringing. So much of the phrasing of this book literally came straight from Carrie’s mouth on the HBO show.
“I can’t help but wonder”...who is the real Andi Dorfman anyway? Girl, just BE YOU. You are educated, articulate, gorgeous, witty, and so much more. This book does nothing for all the wonderful qualities that you possess. So bummed!