For me, the whole thing felt unfinished.
During the live finale - where Rachel and Peter uncomfortably sat next to each other on a couch after not seeing each other since the night they broke up - Rachel told Peter that this process "might not be for him". Oh sure, blame the victim. He finds she is distracted but feels only time will tell where they truly stand.
"There really wasn't any issue moving forward in our relationship, so my confidence remained sky-high throughout and I didn't have any reason to think otherwise", Abasolo said.
"Waking up this morning, I'm still affected by the goodbye I had to say to Peter", Lindsay, a Dallas lawyer, said in voiceover.
"I was trying to find cracks in what seemed like the ideal foundation", she said before Bryan arrived.
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Rachel sent home a crowd favorite, there was a very long, agonizing breakup, and it all culminated in an extremely windy, hollow-ish proposal that didn't seem quite right. He explains that he was a boy, but Rachel made him a man (in the Fantasy Suite?).
The same really holds true for the deeply awkward interview between Rachel and Peter with Chris Harrison.
We get some glorified B-roll of Bryan and Rachel riding horses through the wine country in the Rioja region of Spain. They couldn't keep their hands off each other in the finale.
Kraus acknowledged he would have needed more life experience with her to make such a commitment. What you didn't see is that the conversation we had lasted three hours! "I think people saw a different side to him they still aren't ready to accept", Rachel added. Rachel says there is nothing she would change about her date with Bryan but Peter messed with her mind and she's struggling with the decisions that are coming. She points out that it's a pretty lame line of reasoning. After sending Bigger home, Lindsay had several emotional, tearful conversations with Kraus about whether he would propose if she selected him as the victor. This American Reality Show is based on the game of Dating. Rachel revealed that she thought she didn't deserve a catch like Abasolo. "I love Rachel tremendously", he told the cameras. As if the emotional baggage that comes with being "The Bachelorette" wasn't enough, the finale dress weighed over 30 pounds. Honestly, though, no one can. No one in America buys this, not even Bryan's mom.
This left Abasolo for Lindsay who proposed on a hill after picking out a Neil Lane engagement ring. On "Live!" co-host Ryan Seacrest was pleased Bryan Abasolo got the final rose. He says a few words in Spanish and English, she says she sees her forever.
It feels like she didn't get her happy ending, but rather, ended up with the last man standing.