Bachelortte star Andi Dorfman has more to share and she’s spilling it all in her second memoir, Single State of Mind, which will hit shelves on January 30, 2018. According to Us Weekly, the New York Times bestselling author’s next book will be a collection of her essays and adventures in New York City, including dating and her reaction to her ex-fiance Josh Murray proposing to Amanda Stanton on Bachelor in Paradise season three.
The attorney first competed for Juan Pablo Galavis on The Bachelor season 18, where she left the show voluntarily, and then made her reality TV comeback as the star of The Bachelorette season 10. She got engaged to Murray but their relationship did not last. Eventually she released her first memoir It’s Not Okay, which is “kind of a tongue-in-cheek diary” of her past relationships, including her tumultuous engagement to Murray. She described the relationship as “the most volatile and f–ked up relationship of my life.”
In the book, Dorfman revealed that she was afraid to tell Murray about sleeping with runner-up Nick Viall during an overnight date on The Bachelorette. When Murray told Dorfman that they’d be “over” if she had been intimate with Viall, Dorfman panicked and lied but ultimately came clean before the episode aired.
“He was devastated, angry and hurt, badly. I apologized profusely for lying. He seemed to struggle over whether he was more upset by the fact that I had lied or that I’d had sex with another man. Several more apologies later, it became clear the issue was about my having sex with someone else. That one sexual escapade would become a power play used by my fiance to justify his mistrust in me. It would be an excuse to call me a whore. And it would eventually lead to the demise of my engagement,” she wrote in the book.
Dorfman’s tell-all also became the subject of Bachelor in Paradise season three, where cast members talked about the claims in Dorfman’s book about Murray, who at the time was pinning for single mom Amanda Stanton.
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