Courtney Robertson has revealed she's writing a tell-all book that will give readers a new perspective on her past relationships and lovers, including former The Bachelor star Ben Flajnik.

"I'm writing a book about my experience... it would be more about clearing the air," Robertson told less than a month following her October 5 split with ex-fiance Flajnik.

"Through everything that happened, they tried to dig up my past... I had no voice."

The memoir, which will also reportedly detail Robertson's move to Los Angeles at age 19 and how she ended up appearing on The Bachelor, apparently won't leave much to the imagination.

"I think it can be pretty steamy -- I'm not gonna lie. It would be like 100 Shades of Grey!" Robertson said.

Robertson, a 28-year-old model from Santa Monica, CA, told she loves being in a relationship and therefore is optimistic about getting into a successful one soon. 

"I'm a hopeless romantic. That's been the main theme in my life... I've had great relationships. Work is work, but I am happiest when I'm in a healthy, happy relationship," the bachelorette explained, adding that she hasn't spoken to Flajnik since they broke up over the phone.

Robertson got engaged to Flajnik, a 29-year-old winemaker from Sonoma, CA, when he selected and proposed to her during The Bachelor's sixteenth-season final Rose Ceremony, which was filmed in November 2011 and aired in March. The couple called it quits after only 10 months of dating.