Summary: Sean Lowe was a guy trying to find a job he loved in the world, after the loss of football. He never knew what whirlwind adventure he would be put in when his sister and brother in law signed him up for The Bachelorette. After a rejection from Emily Maynard, Bachelor Nation grew to like Sean Lowe, and it made him a prospect to star in The Bachelor. Unknown to him his wife was waiting in the group that he would meet.
I had many thoughts while reading this book that went everywhere. I was wondering why the longest chapter seems to be dedicated to too much football, does Sean still condone fracking?, The Bachelor process seems more genuine than thought, but also just as manipulative, and even maybe Sean isn't that bad of a guy? I was everywhere, and was wondering how I would sum up my thoughts on this one after I finished reading.
|Sean's season of The Bachelor|
The next part becomes a lot more interesting after Sean makes it onto The Bachlorette. Not because hearing a rehash of the show was interesting, but because of the setup behind scenes. I think being a social cynic made me perceive a lot of the interactions with staff more negatively than Sean took it. They assigned one person who seemed to stick closer to Sean through the entire season, this also led to him feeling tighter and closer to this staff, and they also would share their own feelings if they thought him and Emily were growing close. The staff seemed to genuinely want him to win Emily's heart, but I also wonder if they set that up so the emotions are fueled up by people who give you affirmations of someone's attention. Now for the season where he is the actual Bachelor, a lot is revealed too, and a lot more real moments happen according to Sean than people might think.
|People cover story they were shocked to see.|
Are you watching this season of The Bachelor?
Will you pick up Sean Lowe's book to read?
This book was provided by Book Look Bloggers in exchange for a review.