Funeral director Shawntel Newton probably scares "The Bachelor" Brad Womack off with her family's business. The 25-year-old was sent home after the hometown visit where Shwantel gives him a tour in the parlor and tells him that she embalms dead people.
Shawntel has admitted in the past two episodes that she is falling in love with Brad and definitely sees a husband figure in him. Brad however didn't seem too comfortable when he finds out that Shawntel is really into her job and her dad intends to hand over the business to her, meaning Shawntel may have to stay in Chico.
After the rose ceremony, Brad sat Shawntel down and told her how much he cared for her. But he didn't feel right when she told him she was falling for him. Shawntel cried in the limo and said her final words, "I'll miss him."
The three remaining girls, Chantal, Emily and Ashley will next week go to South Africa for a trip in the wilderness. "I'm feeling the romance," Brad said in the preview which also teases the moment Emily confronts Brad about her five-year-old daughter.