• Miss Me with That

  • Hot Takes, Helpful Tidbits, and a Few Hard Truths
  • By: Rachel Lindsay
  • Narrated by: Rachel Lindsay
  • Length: 10 hrs and 1 min
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (499 ratings)

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Miss Me with That

By: Rachel Lindsay
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A candid, witty, and inspiring collection of essays from The Bachelor’s first Black Bachelorette, exploring everything from relationships and love to politics and race 

The Bachelor gave me an opportunity, but I created my own happy ending.” 

Rachel Lindsay rose to prominence as The Bachelor’s first Black Bachelorette and has since become one of the franchise’s most well-known figures—and outspoken critics. But there has always been more to Lindsay than meets the eye, and in this book, she finally tells her own story, in her own words. 

In wide-ranging essays, Lindsay opens up about her experience on ABC’s hit show and reveals everything about her life off-camera, from a childhood growing up in Dallas, Texas, as the daughter of a U.S. District Judge, to her disastrous dating life prior to appearing on The Bachelor, to her career in law, and the decision to become a reality-TV contestant. She also brings a sharp wit and keen intellect to weigh in on issues such as the lack of diversity in reality television and the importance of political engagement, protest, and the Black Lives Matter movement.

Told in the down-to-earth, no-nonsense voice she’s become known for, Lindsay’s book of essays provides an intimate look at the life of one of reality TV’s most beloved stars, as well as advice and inspiration that will make her a role model for anyone who has ever struggled to find their way in love and life. As she says, “Contrary to popular belief, the best gift I ever received was not a wedding ring. It was the permission I gave myself to be imperfect.” And if you don’t believe her, you know the saying: Miss me with that.

©2022 Rachel Lindsay (P)2022 Random House Audio

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Been waiting for this one for FOREVER – and it delivers

It has been a LONG AND GRUELING year and change I’ve been waiting for this to release (I think a year? I’m not sure, time feels fake these days). Rachel has always had such a way of talking about her experiences both with Bachelor and beyond, the highs and lows, with such precision, wit, and SENSE. This is not only more of the Rachel so many of us love and respect, it’s a whole other side we’re treated to. Whether you were a fan of her on Bach, her work with Higher Learning, her interviews on Extra, or… one of her 74,828 other side gigs it seems — you’ll want to add this to your list.

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I needed this book 15 years ago!! EXCELLENT!

Rachel thank you for writing this book. I finished this book in 1.5 days. It was like I was re-living all of my past relationships. You don’t have to have “daddy issues” to lose yourself in trying to fix broken men. My friend and I had a whole Marco Polo book club session on this book. From the “purity culture” nonsense, being a rehabilitation center for broken men, going to therapy to heal, and then finding the man of her dreams in the most unlikely of places. Rachel’s journey is a reminder that you and only you have the power to find your happiness . I really appreciated her transparency and vulnerability. Love the shout out to Delta Sigma Theta too!! Great book, Soror!!

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Loved it

Loved every bit of it. Finished listening to it in two days. Rachel is real

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Perfect

When I thought I could’t love Rachel more, this book proved me wrong.

We are so lucky to have her.

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A must listen!

Think Rachel has always been one to call out BS from men when she sees it and chance her dreams? Think again. Rachel does a fantastic job sharing hers story and struggles. This book is a must-read for Bachelor(ette) fans and anyone who believes you're too old to chance your dreams in your 30s.

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Fun and Inspiring!

I loved every minute of this book! I anticipated it being great, but it definitely exceeded my expectations! Thank you, Rachel, for sharing your story and your perspective. -Amy

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My new favorite author!

I always knew never to judge a book by its cover and this is such a great example as to why also. Rachel is more than just a Bachelor franchise contestant/front runner. This educated, passionate, funny and motivated woman has created this novel to speak to women, millennials, men and anyone that needs to hear the truth about career goals, family dynamics, relationship tips and racial issues that sometimes are often not discussed this articulately. I loved every second of reading (listening) to this. I have recommended it to all my friends and will definitely continue to do so.

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10 out of 10!!!!!!

well written, raw, real, honest. I've always loved Rachel Lindsay's sincerity, willingness to advocate for injustice, wit, smartness and overall coolness.

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Wonderful memoir filled with heart and soul!

I loved the content and the narration. Rachael is complex, inspiring and so real. Entertaining too!

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So real, entertaining, and empowering

I love this book. Rachel is so impressive, smart, and funny. She’s a great story teller and I have a feeling she is destined for even greater things. Love her passion for honesty and for life!

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Not my cup of Tea.

This book is boring where is the Energy when Rachel is arguing with people, I feel like she was just talking in circles really I thought her book would of been amazing with so much Tea/Gossip but it just fell flat, It's a waste of money. She also should of mentioned the fallout with Raven this is a book so just tell everyone what happened between you other people tell more serious stories in their book and Rachel couldn't even discuss what happened with a former friend. The book was just a waste. There are a few nice chapters when she talks about Bryan but to me she is still downplaying her feelings for Peter, If Peter was into her she would of Chose Peter I think.