Courtney Robertson's tell-all book, I Didn't Come Here to Make Friends, certainly lives up to its billing as it's not likely to win her any friends now either.
Full of sex, secrets and throwing people under the bus, the tome by the most vilified Bachelor contestant in franchise history does not disappoint.
When she's not talking about boning Ben Flajnik in great detail, she's defending herself and their relationship ... okay she mostly talks about boning.
If you love The Bachelor and The Bachelorette spoilers, and are curious about what happens after the cameras stop rolling, this book is for you!
Courtney Robertson writes about the doubts she had about Flajnik while filming her "contemplative" shots for the finale, shortly before he proposed:
"He seemed like a real man to me (though oddly he did like Justin Bieber's music more than any twenty-nine-year-old man should) and we had good sex, so far."
Robertson details A LOT of said intimacy in the book, including their infamous romp in the ocean, and reverse cowgirling him in the Fantasy Suite sans protection.
"While we were skinny-dipping, I told him I was crazy about him, but that if we were indeed going to get engaged, he should sow his oats," she writes.
"I told him to take advantage of being a single man because once we were officially together, then I'd be the last woman he'd ever make love to."
It didn't last long, but it sure was hot while it did.
To keep finale results under wraps, everyone called Ben "William" in public, and both Robertson and eventual runner-up Lindzi Cox went by "Kate Hilton."
Spoilers got out anyway, but whatever. Courtney Robertson and Flajnik even had fake names and email accounts to converse before the finale aired.
As happens with former Bachelor stars, sometimes the 15 minutes of fame extends across the network to another popular ABC reality TV competition.
"I had a secret meeting with the producers of Dancing with the Stars," writes Robertson, "and they wanted me as an alternate, just in case anyone got hurt."
"'They offered it to you?' [Ben] asked incredulously," she recalls. "I noticed a tinge of jealousy … 'If you do it,' he added coldly, 'you won't have a fiancé.'"
As previously reported, Court had an on-and-off romance with Dallas star Jesse Metcalfe, went on a date with Jim Toth, and was pursued by Gerard Butler.
She was also involved with Entourage's Adrian Grenier and his huge manhood.