Jen Hawke may not be returning to our screens for Bachelor In Paradise or Love Island, but the Bachie villain has a good reason: she's in the middle of writing a juicy tell-all book about her time in the mansion.
Taking to Instagram Stories on Tuesday, Jen announced her new project to fans, revealing the book's name: 'The B*tchelorette.' Naturally.
"Nothing but late nights writing this bad boy for you Bachie fans," the 27-year-old captioned the snap.
"It's a juicy cautionary tale for anybody thinking about diving into the reality TV family," Jen previously told The Daily Mail of the book.
"I see it as a tell-all without telling all and sometimes telling too much," she continued, before revealing that the book will be told from a contestant's perspective and that several of the other women from Matty J's season would be included in the form of fictional characters.
Revealing that she has already written some 200 pages, Jen explained that the story will be told from a contestant's perspective and that several of her fellow contestants would be represented in the form of fictional characters.
While Jen didn't reveal whether Matty J has anything to worry about, she did call the former-Bachelor "complete gentleman" on Instagram in December.
"To all of the ladies auditioning for next years season, run away now!! Jokes - you probably won’t find the love of your life, but you’ll definitely get more Instagram followers and shameless self promotion is what this is really about! 😜" she wrote in the same post.
We don't know about you, but we're secretly pretty excited to get our hands on The B*tchelorette come August.
This article originally appeared on Marie Claire.