I feel like somewhere, Nick Viall and Josh Murray just received a bat signal because Andi Dorfman has a brand new tell-all book coming out. If you remember, her first tell-all It's Not Okay: Turning Heartbreak Into Happily Ever After was an eye-opening personal account of her life behind The Bachelor mansion walls. Andi's new book is titled Single State of Mind. It will pick up where the last one left off and reveal details of her single life in New York City. Of course, there will also be more tidbits about her Bachelor days, so will Andi talk to Nick about her books when on The Bachelor? She stops by his season for a reason, though what that reason may be is yet unclear.
Of course, the only person who really can answer this question is Andi herself and she has not officially announced any plans to discuss her old book or her new book with Nick. Since the release of her first book where she let the world know what she really thought of her Fantasy Suite time with Nick, things have been a little chilly between them. Nick spoke about her first book to E! News saying:
Andi is seemingly standing by her words, though, tweeting this out right around the time her book was brought up on Bachelor in Paradise.
I speak two languages ... English and Truth.— Andi Dorfman (@AndiDorfman) August 9, 2016
If I had to make a call right now, I would say that she likely doesn't feel any real obligation to share her new book plans with him, and it would be pretty awkward to rehash what she wrote about him in the first book. If their appearance together on Jimmy Kimmel was any indication, then I don't think we can really expect them to bond over her tell-all.
Still, the fact that Andi showed up could signal something, though. Is she going to discuss the new book with Nick? Are they going to talk through her thoughts from the first book? It would be killer exposure for her books and who wouldn't take an opportunity to boost sales?
I don't think she will be chatting about the book with Nick out of the goodness of her heart or because of some obligation that she feels. If she uses this appearance on his season of The Bachelor to tell him about it, then I think it will be mostly for personal gain. Can you blame her?