Jen Schefft

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Jennifer Schefft (born July 23, 1976), was the final choice of the third bachelor, Andrew Firestone. After she and Andrew decided to go their separate ways, she became the star of the third season of The Bachelorette. After sending 24 of the other men home, Jen selected Jerry. However, in a surprising turn of events, Jen told Jerry that they should "just be friends" on the show's live finale .

Jen's first book, Better Single than Sorry, will be published on January 23, 2007. After being on the bachelor and ending her romance with Andrew Firestone, and then becoming bachelorette, and not picking anyone, Jen was labeled a "spinster", someone who wouldn't be happy with anyone. Jen turned all the bad publicity into something good, a book about how being single is not bad! Society looks down upon women who aren't married by 30, whereas Jen's book discusses, why settle and risk the possibility of being unhappy, or divorced in a few years. Jen spent countless months documenting her stories as well as stories from friends, family and even relationship experts! This book empowers women to take hold of their singledom and go out there and live life to the fullest. Men aren't the cake, they are the icing on the cake!

Jen's book has been featured in Chicago Magazine, Today's Chicago Woman, Chicago Red Eye , US Weekly , and on the hit television morning newscast, The Today Show.

Jen will be making various appearances in cities throughout the United States in the coming months.

Schefft was born and raised in Mentor, Ohio and graduated from Mentor High School in 1994. She attended Ohio University in Athens, graduating with a bachelors degree in business administration in 1998. She currently resides in Chicago.

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