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‘The Bachelorette’ 2013 Spoilers: Story Not Over Between Brooks and Desiree



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After watching “The Bachelorette” 2013 Monday night when Brooks broke Desiree’s heart, viewers are quick to assume their romance is over. On Twitter last night, fans were bashing spoilers blogger, Reality Steve, for what they witnessed between Brooks and Desiree in week 10 July 29. They were in fits of rage over feeling they were lied to about Brooks actually proposing to Desiree in next week’s episode….as all of Reality Steve’s “Bachelorette” spoilers have indicated.

There’s a reason why this is called the “two-part finale” of the show. The story isn’t over.

When Brooks told Desiree he wasn’t as in love with her as he should be, he broke her heart. He sought the advice of his mother and sister at the beginning of the episode. They told him to be absolutely sure of his feelings about Desiree before he’s put in a position to be her final choice at the end of the show. He struggled with feelings of loving her when she was present with  him, but not missing her or wanting to be with her when they weren’t together. When Brooks informed host, Chris Harrison, of this, he was told to go straight to Desiree with the heartbreaking news.

Brooks explained to Desiree that she has everything he wants in a woman, but he doesn’t miss her or feel a pull towards her when they’re apart. As painful as this was to hear for Desiree, she told him she still loved him.

Once Brooks was driven away in the limo, he realized what he’d done and got emotional. It was plain to see that he was already wishing he could take back what just happened.

Several “Bachelorette” spoilers have already revealed that Brooks begs Desiree to take him back, which would be the continuation into next week. As much as Desiree loves Brooks, will she be willing to do it?

“The Bachelorette” 2013 finale airs next Monday night on ABC at 8 p.m., ET/PT.

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