Brendan accompanied Tayshia on her first one-on-one date of the season, and he apparently swept her off her feet.
When Tayshia and Brendan enjoyed the first kiss in the pool after going horseback riding together, Tayshia gushed in a confessional, "Honestly, round me up, cowboy, because I am ready to go home with this man! I am telling you right now, Brendan is everything!"
And at the end of the date, Tayshia and Brendan watched a romantic fireworks display -- but they were really only focused on each other.
"Kissing Brendan feels like I'm kissing my person. I feel really connected to him," Tayshia told the cameras.
"I don't know, I think I could marry him, which is so bizarre! I don't think I've felt this way ever. Today was just really magical... This is what I'm here for. I know I'm going to find the person I'm truly supposed to be with."
Until viewers can watch more of Tayshia and Brendan's love story unfold on the show, let's learn more about The Bachelorette bachelor right now.
Below is a list of six facts Reality TV World has compiled about Brendan Morais.
Brendan graduated high school in 2007 and then studied at Mass Bay Community College in Wellesley, MA.
In 2011, Dan told the newspaper Brendan returned to his high school to coach boys middle school and junior varsity basketball until 2013.
Brendan longs to have a family of his own
The Bachelorette bachelor, who believes he is a sensitive soul and a true romantic, lost his father at a young age and believes his purpose in life is to become a father one day.
Brendan once moved to Los Angeles for his career but eventually returned to Massachusetts and took on a job in the family business in order to be closer to his family, including his beloved nieces and nephews.
Brendan has been married and divorced before, just like Tayshia
Brendan got married in his early twenties to his high school sweetheart.
Brendan says their families were very close and there was no cheating, abuse or addiction that broke up his marriage. The former couple apparently just fell out of love.
"I didn't know who I was without her, and she didn't really know who she was without me," Brendan has explained. "We did counseling and it was definitely hard for me knowing that I failed to a certain extent."
Brendan says his family wasn't thrilled about the divorce and so he tried to stick it out for a while but the woman didn't want children and so that was a dealbreaker for him and they went their separate ways.