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It appears that this is just a woman who wants all the attention to be on her. At one point she said she never thought about people back home while on The Bachelor, then a couple paragraphs later says she thought often about Tye or her parents (who refused to be part of the show).
She said when she got back she was no longer interested in Tye and didn't talk to him, then turns around and says she went out to eat with him or picked up the phone when he called.
I used to like Melissa Rycroft until I read her book--instead of the innocent girl-next-door she comes across as a complete whackjob who does nothing but blabber on and on about her insecure feelings about men.
This book sounds like she just talked into a tape recorder as she'd be talking to one of her girlfriends, then they transcribed the words without proper editing because it's filled with contradictions and repetitiveness.
Two days later, Melissa clinched a spot on Dancing With The Stars, placing third in the competition, and reconciled with her true love.
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She also stated in the book that she wants privacy for her personal life, but she now has her own reality TV show, which is a little confusing.
There--I just saved you having to trudge through her acting like a basket case in crying over a guy she liked. When she got no reaction from him she spent the next few months rehashing the breakup with others before one of her friends put in an application for her with the TV show The Bachelor.
And the thing you're most interested in, background details on The BI used to like Melissa Rycroft until I read her book--instead of the innocent girl-next-door she comes across as a complete whackjob who does nothing but blabber on and on about her insecure feelings about men.
And the thing you're most interested in, background details on The Bachelor and Dancing with the Stars, are almost completely missing.
She claims to have morals and faith (and on her TV show is a vocal Christian) but she lies on her Bachelor questionnaire (failing to report her relationship with Tye). The book is so poorly conceived and edited that much of the blame must be put on the editors who oversaw the production of the book.
There is little in it beyond "I'm mad at Tye and confused why men act the way they do." It may be worth reading for those hungry to hear anything about what it's like to stay silent for five months about your engagement (no wonder these TV couples break up--it makes sense after reading this! But it could have been an interesting behind-the-scenes story of what happens when a girl is plucked out of nowhere to become a TV personality.