rachel lindsay is getting closer to picking her winner on "The Bachelorette" 2017. In one month she'll choose which man she wants to marry from her cast of many suitors. As the weeks wind down, she will narrow the roster of men vying for her heart. Smart, discerning, and a good judge of character, Rachel is confident about her choices. Surely the feelings she has for the man she picks will be reciprocated in full. It turns out that that may not be the case.

Who Rachel picks

As "Bachelorette" spoilers by Reality Steve revealed in early June, Rachel Lindsay picks Dr.

Bryan Abasolo over Peter Kraus. The 37-year-old chiropractor from Miami Florida wins Rachel's heart in the end, according to Steve's very reliable sources. As far as Steve knows, the pair are still engaged, but a new Report claims otherwise.

Why 'Bachelorette' winner may want out

It seems that Abasolo wants out of his engagement with Rachel Lindsay because he has a history with reality shows and the pressure put on contestants following the programs. Moreover, it's presumed that he wants to keep his name out there by sticking with the reality show circuit in some form.

As Celebrity Dirty Laundry points out, "The Bachelorette" finalist dated another alum from the franchise, Jubilee Sharpe. He's good friends with Josh Murray, another contestant who hasn't had the greatest luck after appearing in the "Bachelor" franchise.

Moreover, Bryan Abasolo was on a brief run of "The Player" on UPN in 2004.

Rachel wants to settle down

The report goes on to note that Rachel Lindsay wants to settle down and have children, but Bryan may not feel the same way. She wants a man who's as committed to her as she is to him. She seems to have good instincts overall when it comes to men.

Life & Style recapped a recent episode of "The Bachelorette" and highlighted that Peter Kraus slammed Bryan Abasolo as not being the right man for Rachel. “I think she needs a leader,” Peter said. “I think she needs a guy who has genuine confidence that’s not cockiness or arrogance.”

"The Bachelorette" 2017 season ends Monday, August 7 on ABC at 8 p.m., ET/PT.

"After the Final Rose" will air immediately following the finale. More about the state of Rachel and Bryan's relationship will be explored when they sit before a live audience and answer some tough questions. Their body language, affection -- or lack thereof -- and any signs of awkwardness will be examined by viewers.