John Turner is what some women, in an earlier era, would have called a "catch. He lives in Marin County. He owns a business. He's whip smart, has an engaging laugh and can be quick with a quip. And -- get this, ladies -- he likes to date women near his age.
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Fantasy Suite week on The Bachelor is usually when things hit a new level of seriousness. Matt James has three women left right now and next week, he could be engaged to just one—after breaking the hearts of the two others. Michelle Young, Rachael Kirkconnell and Bri Springs are the three women who will get to spend some overnight time with James this week. The fantasy suites present an opportunity for each woman to be with James sans camera crew—it'll be the first time that they'll interact without microphones. There's always a chance of getting intimate during the overnight dates, too, but most of the appeal seems to be the chance to finally interact as two people without an entire reality show crew following their every move. When it's so close to the end of the season, it's often hard for the Bachelor or Bachelorette to say goodbye to any of the contestants.
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A man's dating patterns and relationship history can reveal a lot about the type of person he is. A woman may be reluctant to date a long-term bachelor, assuming that he is a heartbreaker who strings women along and ditches them when someone better comes along. The reality is that there may be various reasons for a man's confirmed bachelor status, and it is possible to enjoy a rewarding relationship with him. Some never-married middle-age men simply haven't found the right person yet, or they have dedicated their lives thus far to their careers and left little time for relationships.
If you thought things were over between Matt James and Heather Martin when she rolled away from The Bachelor in her white minivan, you might want to reconsider. As we speak, there are rumors circulating on the internet that Matt doesn't end up with one of his final three contestants — Michelle Young, Bri Springs, or Rachel Kirkconnell — and is instead dating Heather, Hannah Brown's friend who interrupted halfway through the season in hopes of finding love with the year-old commercial real estate broker. While this might sound far-fetched considering Matt didn't think twice about sending Heather home soon after her arrival, the people of the internet have managed to dig up some pretty compelling evidence.