It is almost time to cast "Bachelor in Paradise" for another season. The show has already been renewed. Now the fans are talking, and there is a lot of speculation that Andi Dorfman could be joining the show. Andi found love with Josh Murray on her season of "The Bachelorette," but things didn't work out for them. It would be pretty interesting if Andi decided to join a show in this franchise once again.

Andi Dorfman could be looking for love

First off, Andi Dorfman already has one book out, and another one is on the way. Joining the cast of "Bachelor in Paradise" could be the perfect way for her to promote her second book.

The fact that her first one talked about Josh Murray got it a lot of air time on the last season of the show. Her new book won't actually be coming out until January of 2018, though.

Josh Murray and Amanda Stanton found love last season on the show, but they have split since then. That means that Josh is looking for love once again, too. ABC would love the drama of putting these two on the same season of the show if they could get them to both agree to do it. The thing is, Andi, hasn't joined any "Bachelor" shows since her season, so it would be pretty surprising if they found a way to entice her to join one now.

As of right now, this is all just speculation and chatter, but you never know who ABC will be able to get on the new season of "Bachelor in Paradise." Josh has shared that he might not do another reality show in the future.

Chad Johnson has already confirmed that he will be back one again. That will make for some great drama on the next season. There is also a lot of speculation that Corinne will end up on the show.

Do you think that Andi Dorfman should join the new season of "Bachelor in Paradise"? Would you like to see her on the show? Sound off in the comments section below on your thoughts, and don't miss "Bachelor in Paradise" when it returns to ABC this summer. The cast will continue to come out as it gets closer to the new season and Nick Viall continues to send home girls.