"I think he thinks he was a very good Bachelor," the 26-year-old tells host Chris Harrison, adding that the former soccer pro is "borderline narcissistic to the point where he was going to go down as the best 'el bachelor' in history."
As fans saw earlier this week, things didn't exactly go according to plan when the pair spent the night in a fantasy suite on the Caribbean island. In fact it went so badly that Dorfman couldn't wait to tell the single dad goodbye. "I was just done," she says.
Harrison asked the Atlanta assistant district attorney whether she'd been in love with Galavis, 32, before their night together. "I wasn't in love," she revealed. "In that moment I felt I was close to falling in love with him."
But after spending hours with Galavis – during which time she accused him of only talking about himself, not wanting to learn more about her, and disrespecting her by talking about his overnight date with Clare – she had a radical change of heart.
"I'm all for honesty and saying your true feelings, but there's some things that you don't say to someone if you care about them," she says. "You don't tell them that you just had an overnight date, you don't tell them that they barely made it here."
She says it wasn't a situation where "he said one thing wrong and I could get past it. It was him. I was turned off by him," she says.
But when Harrison asked her how she felt about coming face-to-face with Galavis when he walked out onto the "Women Tell All" stage, she admitted that it wouldn't be easy. "I'm definitely nervous about it," she said.
To see what happens, and hear what the rest of the Bachelorettes had to say, tune into The Bachelor on Monday (8 p.m. ET) on ABC.