rachel lindsay's season of "The Bachelorette" is about to end, which brings us to the big revelation of who her winner is. While Bryan Abasolo looks to be the frontrunner, the “Bachelor” Nation and Rachel's family do not feel she should pick Bryan as her fiancé.

Bryan projects himself as the perfect man

How Bryan made himself look perfect for Rachel is just too good to be true. As TV Guide pointed out, he always seems to have the right thing to say, and people do not trust him for that. For all the viewers know, he might be hiding his true feelings just to sweep Rachel off her feet.

Rachel seems to be carried away by Bryan's sweet words.

In last Monday's episode of "The Bachelorette" Season 13, Lindsay's family meets her three last suitors. They are not as charmed as Rachel is with Bryan though. Her sister said she doesn't feel the sincerity in Bryan, unlike Peter Kraus and Eric Bigger. Well, even Rachel has admitted on the show that she's also concerned that Bryan seems to be the perfect guy.

Bachelor Nation picks Peter

Fans of the show hope that Rachel would not get blinded by Bryan's smooth ways and instead she should pick Peter. People find it more realistic and sincere that Peter admitted he has qualms about getting engaged after knowing Rachel in a span of only nine weeks.

But Rachel wants to get engaged at the end of the show and start her own family.

Meanwhile, it has been leaked that in the end, Rachel picked Bryan Abasolo, according to Reality Steve. He initially spoiled in May that Rachel picked Peter but was told that his spoiler was wrong. So he went back to his sources, and they stand corrected.

That would be disappointing for those who are rooting for Peter or Eric.

There are rumors, though, that Bryan might be looking a way out of their engagement. That would not be surprising to fans who do not trust Bryan's sincerity, including Rachel's family. But in a recent interview with ABC News, Rachel gushed about her secret life with her fiance, saying that she thinks she has made the right decision.

She has not confirmed yet whether it is Bryan who got her final rose, but for now, "The Bachelorette" Season 13 star is very much in love. As for the wedding, while Rachel is ready to start a family, she said that they decided to wait at least a year after the engagement before they tie the knot. This would hopefully give them more time to get to know each other.

"The Bachelorette" Season 13 airs every Monday at 8 p.m. on ABC.