Before Colton Underwood recorded the hearts of millions on The Bachelor, he was a goofy, socially uncomfortable, obese teen who prospered on the football field while battling with individual insecurities off it. An All American arena hero, he was likewise a complex, in some cases puzzled, soft-hearted romantic questioning how these contradictions mesh. Old-made and out of action with the swipe-best dating culture these days, he was conserving the most intimate part of life for the love of his life. If just he might discover her….
Now, in The First Time, Colton opens about how he pertained to discover himself and real love at the very same time by means of the Bachelor franchise. Unencumbered by cams and industrial breaks, he provides a remarkably raw, capitivating, and seriously juicy account of his journey through The Bachelorette, Bachelor in Paradise, and The Bachelor, in addition to what has actually occurred with him and Cassie Randolph because his season covered. He opens about being discarded by Becca, his secret dalliance with Tia, what it resembled to be the world’s most popular virgin, his behind-the-scenes disputes with production, and how his on-cam duties as The Bachelor almost damaged him after he understood he had actually currently fallen for Cassie.
A narrative for Bachelor Nation and anybody who thinks in the magic of love, The First Time brings a basic however effective message: It’s all right to laugh and cry and sometimes dive over a fence, if it suggests coming one action better to the best individual.