It's Not Okay - Andi Dorfman

It's Not Okay

By Andi Dorfman

  • Release Date: 2016-05-17
  • Genre: Biographies & Memoirs
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 1,367 Ratings

Description

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.

Reviews

  • Love it!!

    5
    By db1030
    Read this book in a day! Loved it so much. Such raw true emotion! We love you Andi!
  • It's not ok

    1
    By Autumndawn34
    I loved Andi on the show. And I love the show. In my phone the book was 729 pages long. That was about 500 pages too long. It's as if she weighting to her diary. And it just goes on and on about how sad she is and every emotions she went threw on every page. It got real old real quick. It was a waist of $12. I didn't even finish it it was that bad.
  • Interesting incite, honest feelings

    5
    By Teddy2putt
    Appreciated the incite into the back world of "the dating show". The honesty of the raw emotions through the process makes for a great read.
  • Love

    5
    By Katie slaughter
    Very very good book. I suggest everyone to read it!! She has a big heart and doesn't let anyone put her down! Strong woman! Good job!!
  • Awesome

    5
    By Joannev00
    Love it very real
  • Definitely a great read!

    5
    By LittleMooBear
    I just now started watching the episodes to the Bachelor and the Bachelorette. I really loved reading Andi's book, although i never did see her season. I'm glad she respected the guys by putting a number for them. And the way she described every feeling she had. Was so real. Felt like we were her best friend and she was telling us everything. And she kinda guides you through healthy and unhealthy type of relationship stuff. I'm not great at review but I really loved her book. Such a page turner!
  • Hold your head high girl 😃😃

    5
    By Dinabeana
    I have read your book & sorry for what ya had gone through I watched your season on the Bachelorette and had number 26 picked out in the 2nd episode I thought you guys made a cute couple but apparently that's not so I hope you find your true love Andi ❌⭕️❌⭕️
  • Loved it!!

    5
    By rachelaf
    Amazing.
  • It was okay

    4
    By Carolelovesbooks
    I liked Andi's book. I enjoyed the "behind the scenes" details. You go girl.
  • It Wasn't Okay

    1
    By Nnnssrrr15
    The title of this book should read more like a warning: "Don't waste your money because... It's not okay". Prior to reading this book, Andi was one of my favorite bachelorettes - I thought she was a down to earth and relatable career woman. Now I know that she is a selfish and shallow man hater with a drinking problem. Not to mention a vulgarity problem... Does a grown woman need to swear multiple times on every page? If you're interested in this book for some juicy behind the scenes Bachelor details, you're not going to find them here. It's Not Okay is written as a diary/memoir/self help book that misses the mark in all of the aforementioned categories. I highly recommend skipping this one and saving yourself the time, money, and disappointment.