Hannah eliminated Peter in third place and Tyler in second place on The Bachelorette's fifteenth season, and she went on to write about her romances with both men -- the highs and lows -- in her memoir, God Bless This Mess: Learning to Live and Love Through Life's Best (and Worst) Moments, which was released in November 2021.
"I honestly can't remember what their reactions were. It's been so long," Hannah, 27, toldUs Weekly on its "Here for the Right Reasons" podcast of her exes while promoting the follow-up to her memoir called God Bless This Messy Journal.
"I don't think either one of them probably read my book. I think it's hard when it's just taking little excerpts out or, like, the big moments that I'm sure if they haven't read the book would, maybe, be upsetting, but it really wasn't about that at all."
The Alabama native and former beauty queen clarified, "It was about the journey of me processing everything that happened and my role in it and how I can be better moving forward."
"It was not intended to be personal or hurtful at all," she added. "I respect how they've all moved forward and I'm gonna continue doing that too."
God Bless This Mess documented how Hannah and Peter reconnected at a party in February 2020 -- while his The Bachelor 24 season was still airing on ABC -- and proceeded to hook up at his parents' house in Los Angeles, CA.
Hannah detailed how sex with the pilot "just sucked" and was "a poor decision" on her part, and when Peter confirmed the spontaneous rendezvous in November 2021, he said he and Hannah had initially agreed to keep their intimate details "private."
Peter said on the "Here for the Right Reasons" podcast earlier this year that he personally wouldn't have "done something like that" in terms of discussing a hookup they had both agreed not to talk about.
"She now has done that to me on two occasions where she said she's not gonna say anything. And then she says something," Peter said at the time, referring to how Hannah had also revealed on her The Bachelorette: After the Final Rose special how they had sex four times in a windmill.
Peter added, "I don't think I could confide in her anymore."
And Hannah also recalled receiving mixed signals and navigating a confusing relationship with Tyler from 2019-2020 in her first memoir.
Not only did Hannah write that she felt like Tyler's "backup player who never got to play in the game," but she also said their relationship "wasn't some game" to her and he "broke" her heart when he began dating supermodel Gigi Hadid shortly after The Bachelorette's fifteenth season wrapped on TV.
Hannah and Tyler never dated again after the show, and they claim they never even kissed while quarantining with each other for several weeks amid the coronavirus pandemic.
And Hannah claimed Tyler's last text to her was, "Well... if you rock with me, you rock with me. If you don't, you don't."
But Tyler noted on "The Bellas Podcast" once Hannah's book was released, "I've got receipts, too!"
Although some reactions to God Bless This Mess weren't exactly positive, Hannah told Us that she was "super grateful for all the support" she received for being so vulnerable in the book.
"I was really proud of just the response that I got from the people who it really helped. There was a lot of talk about the book, and I knew there would but, overall, I feel like if people actually read the book, it was about my experience," Hannah explained.
"And I think when people can pull little excerpts out of a book, it can be taken the wrong way. I never meant to hurt anybody in writing the book. It was really about my experience and taking ownership for how I played a role in every relationship, every opportunity, every obstacle that was in my way."