Bachelor Nation! There’s a lot of new content coming our way. A Bachelor-themed singing show, Listen to Your Heart, premieres on April 13; The Bachelor: Summer Games will air during the 2020 Summer Olympics; and what’s this about a casting call for seniors? If you’re like me and slightly fearful that you’ll just have to quit normal life and become a full-time fan, think about starting your own Bachelor Book Club. It’ll allow you to stay on brand, as well as fit in some time for actual human interaction and an intellectual consumption of words—closed captions don’t count!
To ease into your newly formed Bachelor Book Club, I recommend starting your reading/discussing during your watch parties for the show. You won’t miss those muted commercial breaks, those petty fights for camera time (what a waste of space), and those never-ending recaps. Plus, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to read during those other days of the week when you’re miserably counting down the hours till Monday night. To help keep you and your pals entertained between dramatic reveals, here are some books to launch your Bachelor Book Club.