Ees all gravy. The cover for Bachelorette Andi Dorfman's upcoming book was released on Thursday, February 25, and the title, It's Not Okay: Turning Heartbreak Into Happily Never After, takes a swipe at one of her famous exes, former Bachelor Juan Pablo Galavis. The contents of the tome itself, meanwhile, chronicle the reality star's split from Josh Murray.
“It’s Not Okay was conceived from the personal diary that I kept while dealing with a very public breakup," Dorfman, 28, says in the release from publisher Simon and Schuster. "I wanted to candidly share my struggles after I realized that though everyone experiences heartbreak, they rarely talk about it. With this book, people will be able to see what heartbreak truly looks like; for better or worse and more importantly that through the tears, anger and even hopelessness, comes strength and new beginnings."
The cover features the brunette beauty, formerly an assistant district attorney in Atlanta, staring down the camera with a sassy expression as she strikes a pose and crushes a bouquet of roses (ha!) under her heel. Dorfman's now-famous phrase, "It's Not Okay," is splayed beside her.
As Bachelor fans may recall, those famous words originate from Galavis' season 18 of The Bachelor in 2014, when Dorfman threw the former soccer player's favorite phrase ("it's OK") back in his face. At the time of her departure, Dorfman boldly told Galavis "It's not OK!" and opted to leave the show. A few months later, she became the season 10 Bachelorette.
During her stint on the smash series, Dorfman found her Prince Charming, Josh Murray, and got engaged, but they ultimately split. In an exclusive interview with Us Weekly last April, Dorfman joked about being single. "I think I've dated enough in the past year," she told Us. "Yeah, I think my number is good. It's gonna hold me over for a while."
The reality star added at the time that her friendships were everything. "I love my girlfriends," Dorfman gushed to Us. "I've always been more of a girl's girl. So it's fun for me. I'm the type of person who wants to be good! I feel like I'm finally in a really good place. I feel like, now it's kind of about me. I don't need to worry about the dating lifestyle and [can] just focus on me in New York and just enjoying life."
Dorfman's book, It's Not Okay: Turning Heartbreak Into Happily Never After, hits shelves on May 10, 2016.
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