Barbarita is a sweet and modest young woman who works as a seamstress at a renowned fashion boutique in Miami. When she is asked to do a fitting for the well-known society widow Ricarda ... See full summary »
A young girl from a poor family goes to work for a rich married man. They fall in love. But the wife of Miguel Angel is a powerful woman who owns the company where they work. Soledad ... See full summary »
Barbarita is a sweet and modest young woman who works as a seamstress at a renowned fashion boutique in Miami. When she is asked to do a fitting for the well-known society widow Ricarda Thomson, Barbarita has no clue that this will be the beginning of a tortuous relationship between her and this millionaire family. At the estate, she fortuitously meets Valentino, Ricarda's oldest son. Single, dishonest, spoiled and accustomed to always getting his way, Valentino decides to seduce the beautiful Barbarita, who soon succumbs to his charms. However, for the first time in his life, Valentino feels more than physical attraction and discovers that he has fallen in love for real. Going against the wishes of his arrogant mother, who considers the poor seamstress beneath his son in every way, Valentino and Barbarita are married in a quiet, intimate ceremony. However, happiness disappears as quickly as it came for Barbarita. On their wedding night, when the couple set out on their honeymoon trip... Written by
great telenovela I have always been a fan of telenovels, I know some might criticise the acting and the story lines, but for me i see them a bit of an escape from reality. "La Mujer de mi vida" is probably my favourite telenovela, and this is mainly due to the great chemistry between the two leads (who ended up getting married in real life),
The story is filled with holes, and the acting is sometimes laughable, but if you like telenovela, and you prepared to overlook some holes in the storyline then you will enjoy this one. overall its a good telenovela.
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