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Summer romance, guys, it's a thing. High temperatures and little clothing can often lead to some seriously steamy encounters, especially when you throw in a camera crew, a ton of booze, and a little bit of friendly competition. We're talking about Bachelor in Paradise, of course, and while one couple is definitely still going strong, not all came out hand in hand. That couple we’re talking about is AshLee Frazier and Graham Bunn.


Wetpaint Entertainment caught up with sources close to the show who gave us the skinny on the two 30-something alumni. "AshLee had her eye on Graham way before they went on the show. One of her first moments on the show is staking her claim on him when Clare Crawley tries to ask him out," a source says.

Adds another, "She was all about him, the whole time. They definitely made it through most of the show, but in the end, he dumped her rather than go to the Fantasy Suite with her and keep things going."

Ouch, but as we know, not everything that happens in Mexico stays in Mexico (that is the saying, right?). We had to wonder if things heated back up once they returned to real life. "They both kind of obsessed about each other for a while, asking their friends in common what they thought. Graham felt really bad about what happened and still had feelings for AshLee."

One source says that Houston blogger Ash was even considering moving out to LA, Graham's hometown. "She wanted to make it work, and was really upset that she couldn't win over people who would've pushed him toward her."

After some back and forth, the romance ultimately couldn't kickstart again, and Ash was left broken hearted in Texas. For his part, Graham seems just fine. He was spotted at pal Michelle Money's June 28 fundraiser flirting with some other show alumni and looking fiiiine in a bowtie.

Capital L has had some pretty high profile relationships since getting booted on The Bachelor Season 17, including Brad Womack and Season 9 Bachelorette alum Michael Garofola. Guess Graham's just another notch in her well-upholstered bedpost.