From a collection of true stories, love among he royals at the turn of the century. In 1918, Prince Carol, the wayward son of King Ferdinand I of Romania, eloped to Odessa to marry a young peasant girl, only to have it annulled by his furious parents. Refusing to remain faithful to the bride chosen for him, he relinquished his rights to the throne and eloped with a Jewish divorcee.
Used availability for Barbara Cartland's Royal Eccentrics
December 1989 : UK Paperback