Desiree Hartsock was wooed by now-fiancé Chris Siegfried's heartfelt poetry, so it's no surprise they collaborated to produce a book of poetry. Diamonds and Hearts — A Poetic Memoir includes 44 poems plus synopses from Chris and Des, journal entries, and Desiree's "original poems to Chris written on postcards from around the world."
The very first bachelorette and one of the few success stories, Trista Sutter, wrote a book titled Happily Ever After: The Life-Changing Power of a Grateful Heart. The book about love, family, and happiness was released in 2013, as she and her hubby, Ryan Sutter — who she picked on her season of the show — celebrated their 10-year wedding anniversary.
After breaking off her engagement with Bachelor Andrew Firestone, Jen Schefft went on to star in The Bachelorette but rejected the final two bachelors. Her 2007 book Better Single Than Sorry: A No-Regrets Guide to Loving Yourself and Never Settling is a guide to thriving as a single woman.
Meredith Phillips, who came in fourth in Bob Guiney's season of The Bachelor, went on to star in the second season of The Bachelorette. She penned The Date Night Cookbook: 25 Easy-to-Cook Menus For the Busy Couple, which includes 25 three-course menus that are quick and simple for couples on the go.
Doctor Travis Stork was The Bachelor in season eight and wrote the weight-loss book The Lean Belly Prescription: The Fast and Foolproof Diet & Weight-Loss Plan From America's Top Urgent-Care Doctor.
Funeral director Shawntel Newton, who got kicked off of Brad Womack's second season of The Bachelor and then tried and failed to be a contestant on Ben Flajnik's season, wrote about her life and experiences on the show in Final Rose.
My Reality is the memoir by Melissa Rycroft, who Jason Mesnick picked in his season of The Bachelor before dumping her on live TV for runner-up Molly Malaney during the after-the-rose ceremony. She writes about going from being a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader to a wife and mom with all the reality TV and relationship drama in between.
Former bachelor Prince Lorenzo Borghese wrote the historical novel The Princess of Nowhere, based loosely on one of his ancestors, Princess Pauline Borghese, the sister of Napoleon Bonaparte.
Children's book author and former contestant on Matt Grant's season of The Bachelor and Bachelor Pad's second season, Holly Durst, recently released her latest kiddie book Chocolate Socks.
What a Difference a Year Makes: How Life's Unexpected Setbacks Can Lead to Unexpected Joy is the memoir by Bob Guiney, who became The Bachelor after being kicked off of Trista's season of The Bachelorette.
David Good was booted off of Jillian Harris's season of The Bachelorette, but went on to win Bachelor Pad. He wrote The Man Code: A Woman's Guide to Cracking the Tough Guy.
Can you believe it's taken this long for a Bachelor villain tell-all? From the model we loved to hate, Courtney Robertson, is her fittingly titled memoir, I Didn't Come Here to Make Friends: Confessions of a Reality Show Villain. Courtney won Ben Flajnik's heart in his season of The Bachelor, but their engagement was short-lived — and now she's back with juicy details from her experience as "one of the most controversial contestants" to ever be on the reality show.
Helene Eksterowicz and Gwen Gioia competed against each other for Bachelor No. 2 Aaron Buerge in 2002. Even though Aaron chose Helene, the relationship ended while the friendship between Helene and Gwen didn't. The ladies went on to write a cheeky book with true stories and dating tips, Nobody's Perfect: What to Do When You've Fallen For a Jerk but You Want to Make It Work.
Former Bachelor Dr. Travis Stork also cowrote Don't Be That Girl: A Guide to Finding the Confident, Rational Girl Within with Leah Furman, basically a book that calls out the crazy behaviors of women.
From "the virgin Bachelor" Sean Lowe — who is now married to his pick Catherine Giudici — comes his memoir For the Right Reasons: America's Favorite Bachelor on Faith, Love, Marriage and Why Nice Guys Finish First. In the book he opens up about the struggles he had with balancing his Christian beliefs and being on a reality TV dating show.
Inspired by The Notebook author Nicholas Sparks, Bachelor host of all hosts Chris Harrison penned a romance novel about a book editor from the city falling in love with a cowboy in her Texan hometown. Now if only he'd write a tell-all . . .
Anyone who watched Bachelorette star Andi Dorfman when she was on Juan Pablo's season of The Bachelor knows why the title of her tell-all book, It's Not Okay (out May 10, 2016), is both funny and depressing. Andi describes it as "basically a tongue-in-cheek diary of my breakup but it's also kind of like the anti self-help book." Can't wait.