Will Kaitlyn Bristowe Write A Book? 'The Bachelorette' Has A Lot Of Interesting Stories To Tell

I've watched a lot of The Bachelorette in my lifetime, but out of all of ABC's leading ladies, Kaitlyn Bristowe is undoubtedly my favorite. I absolutely love the fact that she refused to play by Bachelor Nation traditions and forged her own path on the show, even when said path forging got her into a lot of trouble. And, her season might be over, but I still have a lot of questions about what happened behind the scenes. There's good news, though. Rumor has it that Kaitlyn is writing a tell-all book about her Bachelorette experience, and if the rumor is true, I will be first in line to download it to my Kindle.

According to Radar Online, Kaitlyn wants to talk about the slut-shaming she endured on the show... especially where the whole Nick Viall situation was concerned. Of course, nothing has been officially confirmed yet, but it would be so awesome if this reported book eventually became reality.

And, even though I'm sure Kaitlyn signed a million non-disclosure agreements before the first limo arrival was even filmed, if this book does happen, I already know what questions I want answered.

Was Nick Coming On The Show Nick's Idea, Or Was It The Producers' Idea?

I've always wondered if Nick approached by the show, or if the show approached Nick. Did Kaitlyn ask to bring him on? What happened there? I need answers.

Does She Think Shawn Looks More Like Ryan Gosling Or Calvin Harris?

What? It's a legitimate question, and I can't decide this one for myself.

When Did She Know It Was Shawn & Not Nick?

I know the fact that Kaitlyn didn't try to let Nick down easy before it came time to propose has kind of been a point of contention, but maybe she didn't know until he got out of the limo. Plus, I'd love to know what the decision-making process is like when you're trying to figure out who you want to spend the rest of your life with after only a few weeks of dates.

What Decisions Were Hers & What Did Producers Push For?

After watching the Lifetime Bachelor-inspired show, UnReal, I am now entirely jaded about the reality show industry. It'd be really interesting to see how much influence the producers had over the things Kaitlyn did this season.

Kaitlyn, please write this book. And, also please record an audiobook version with Amy Schumer doing commentary. It would be amazing.