Her name, Condoleezza, derives from the music-related term con dolcezza, which in Italian means, "with sweetness".
You find someone that you'd like to be married to." Here, now, is a series of questions Morgan tossed at Rice.
She responds graciously to each (you can read the full transcript here - go to the end to find the marriage discussion).
As Kessler notes, "She has built a wall of privacy around her that is never breached." But Kessler had access to Rice's closest friends and to Rice herself, and he reveals some eyebrow-raising information that hasn't been out there before.
In the book and on the show, Kessler described how Rice's "closest male friend" is openly gay, a man by the name of Coit D. Rice's "closest female friend" is a woman named Randy Bean (pictured here), who is unmarried and whose sexual orientation is not stated.
Not only did he marry time and time again, but he peppered just about all of his guests with a barrage of questions about their marital status and aspirations - especially if they were single.