If you thought Nick Viall vs. Josh Murray was over, we're pleased to inform you that you are incorrect.

Evan's not the only one attempting to break apart Amanda and her Moaning Myrtle on tonight's Bachelor in Paradise, but according to our exclusive sneak peek, Nick's methods are a lot more reasonable than attempting to interrupt a make out session, a la Evan in this week's promo. 

In the video above, Nick approaches Amanda with the best evidence that he has that Josh might not be the best partner: Andi Dorfman's book. 

"I didn't read the book, I have a general idea of what it says about Josh," Nick tells Amanda. "I hope Andi didn't make all that up, because what she said was some pretty nasty stuff. And I guess my thought when I heard about it was I hope to God it's completely false, and completely fictional. I don't know if he's a good guy or a bad guy, I don't know if what was written was true or false, but ask the right questions." 

Bachelor in Paradise, Leah Block, Nick Viall

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After her split from Josh, Andi wrote a book called It's Not Okay: Turning Heartbreak Into Happily Never After. While she doesn't actually name any names, it's pretty clear who she's talking about when she refers to both Nick and Josh. She alleges a lot of things, but mostly she alleges that Josh was jealous, controlling, and called her a lot of names. 

When Josh first arrived in Paradise, he addressed the book with Amanda, telling her it was all fiction. Nick, however, said that since some of the things she wrote about him were true, some of the info about Josh must also be true.

"Some of the things that she wrote about Josh, with regards to how he is in relationships, his temperament in relationships, and some of those attributes that he displayed in a relationship, you might see this season," Nick told E! News last week. "And I think those are some of the concerns that people had about him as they watched his relationships unfold."

All of this is very interesting, and we're just so excited that we finally have a Bachelor-related show with a book to accompany it. This show promotes reading, guys! It's good for our brains! 

Bachelor in Paradise airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on ABC. 

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