"Celeste, siempre Celeste" is the sequel of "Celeste". It begins with Franco, Celeste and their baby son Lucas finally together and happily preparing their wedding. They marry and leave for... See full summary »
"Celeste, siempre Celeste" is the sequel of "Celeste". It begins with Franco, Celeste and their baby son Lucas finally together and happily preparing their wedding. They marry and leave for a honeymoon. Meanwhile, Franco's mother, Teresa, who hates everyone, especially Celeste (who Teresa still thinks of as a servant although Celeste inherited half of what Teresa considers her fortune), plans Celeste's kidnapping and murder. Celeste is kidnapped but escapes. During the escape she falls and loses her memory and is hospitalized. Meanwhile, the kidnapper makes it look as though Celeste is dead. Franco can't find comfort. He sends Lucas to Italy in the care of a Silvana while he enters a Seminary. Dr. Amadeo Pizzamilio is married to a much younger woman who looks exactly like Celeste except with black hair. In fact, she is the twin sister of Celeste, who was sold by Amadeo (Celeste's mother's doctor) to Margarita, a prostitute. Years later, when she turned 16, he buys her back and marries... Written by
Nickita A. Zakharov <firstname.lastname@example.org>
You took for my father, because you were the son, which one can be proud. I didn't told nothing. I never nothing spoke. I endured. You took my bride, and I too have endured. It's not the news for anybody, you have been seeing the maid in me, not the brother. Why does Valentin need? For what? For everything, that above him to scoff! But I all suffered, I swear you Brother, I all suffered. But you took my son. I can't forgive you.
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