I Didn't Come Here To Make Friends: Confessions Of A Reality Show Villain

Paperback | January 6, 2015

byCourtney Robertson

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In I Didn’t Come Here to Make Friends former Bachelor “villain” and season 16 winner Courtney Robertson shares her story of love and heartbreak, and the reality of appearing on reality TV. For the first time ever, a former Bachelor contestant takes us along on her journey to find love and reveals that “happily ever after” isn't always what it seems.

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In I Didn’t Come Here to Make Friends former Bachelor “villain” and season 16 winner Courtney Robertson shares her story of love and heartbreak, and the reality of appearing on reality TV. For the first time ever, a former Bachelor contestant takes us along on her journey to find love and reveals that “happily ever after” isn't always ...

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She was the villain The Bachelor fans loved to hate. Now Courtney Robertson takes us along on her journey to find love and reveals that "happily ever after" isn't always what it seems . . .Courtney Robertson joined season 16 of The Bachelor looking for love. She fit the casting call: She was young, single, a working model, and a natura...

A model and actress, Courtney Robertson has appeared in numerous print, runway, and television campaigns and in the pages ofVogue,Self,InStyle, andFitnessmagazines. She lives in Santa Monica, California.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:272 pages, 8.25 × 5.5 × 0.65 inPublished:January 6, 2015Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0062326678

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