Some new juicy details have emerged over the Fantasy Suite dates, according to latest spoilers for "The Bachelorette" 2017. Rachel Lindsay and her final three contestants are about to arrive in Madrid for the overnight dates, and a source reveals what happened behind closed doors once the cameras were shut off!

Love for finalists was nonexistent before Fantasy Suite dates

Rachel's final three are Bryan Abasolo, Peter Kraus, and Eric Bigger. She seems to have a solid connection with Bryan and Peter, but an insider tells Life & Style magazine that Rachel hadn't fallen in love with either one of them and was afraid she'd leave "The Bachelorette" without a proposal.Going into the Fantasy Suite dates, the source shares that Lindsay only had a "few more days to figure out who to accept a proposal from.”

The 31-year-old attorney from Dallas had her heart "divided" on so many different levels while deciding who to accept a proposal from.

The overnight dates were her last chance to form a strong connection with one of the men. According to the source, Rachel needed to "get down to the serious stuff" in the Fantasy Suites. She does end up giving the room key to all three finalists, according to the magazine's "Bachelorette" 2017 spoilers.

The "serious stuff" gets addressed

Rachel got down to business during the dates in Spain. She covered all the unromantic aspects of each relationship she had with each guy by asking what their credit scores are, how much money they make, what their religious beliefs are, where they wanted to move, and whether they wanted kids. If they did want children, have they considered whether they'd attend public or private schools?

They were all hard-hitting questions that are indeed necessary to have a lifelong commitment with someone. If there's a good time to ask such probing questions in a private setting without prying eyes, it's during the overnights.

Did Rachel go to bed with any of the men?

Does this mean Rachel Lindsay didn't sleep with any of the men in the Fantasy Suites?

The source spoils that Rachel summed up one date, in particular, a "passionate," the other "amazing," and one finalist "felt more like a really good friend" -- the one who gets eliminated. Going into the final episode, Rachel developed deep feelings for both men. The source called Rachel's ultimate decision "agonizing" and was one of the hardest any "Bachelorette" lead has dealt with.

She took a leap of faith, went with her heart, and hopes she made the right choice.

Watch what happens in the Fantasy Suite dates when "The Bachelorette" 2017 airs Monday, July 24 on ABC at 8 p.m., ET/PT.