As I posted earlier on the Franco-Iberian Board, I've read some excerpts. The book was written in English and translated to Spanish. It is not available in English at this time. The book is very gossipy but several things about the Infantas interested me.
Elena dated the handsome Luis Astolfi for two years. They were very much in love and shared a passion for riding. Yet, her parents were not supportive of the relationship. Several years later, Elena met Jaime Marichalar, the son of an earl, who pursued her. "Marichalar knew what he wanted, and was determined to get it. Finally, Elena agreed to date him," compromising love for a blue blood. Once married she found out they had little in common.
"Cristina chased Inaki relentlessly, stalking her prey through mutual friends, phone calls and messaging. She realized that this was a relationship that could change her life." Morton also talks about Carmen Cami
, Inaki's serious girlfriend at the time he met Cristina. Once married, "I˝aki's decision to enroll in the ESADE [graduate program] was primarily a desire to prove to his father, his father-in-law, his wife and himself-that he was more than just a pretty boy who was good at sports. It was there that I˝aki met a man named Diego Torres
. It was a decisive moment for I˝aki's life - and the young Spanish monarchy."