In 19th century Mexico, Dr. Manuel Fuentes Guerra inherits a fortune of his father, whom never wanted to recognize him as his son. Now turned into a millionaire gentleman, the doctor looks ... See full summary »
Miranda San Llorente is a modern, spirited young woman who seems to have it all: beauty, wealth, and a loving heart. Her millionaire father, Gonzalo San Llorente, has placed his hopes on ... See full summary »
My daughter in law introduced me to this story when we came back from vacation in Florida in April. I enjoyed watching the story every day and soon I felt they were my family also. Anjelica, Vincenza, Charito, Charito;s grandma, Peregrina mama, I do not care for Abigail, Victoria and Evita are selfish and mean and so is Sondra. Anyway when the story does come to an end I hope there will be another series as good as Peregrina. The scenes take place in beautiful surroundings on location. I enjoy watching that. The house where Charito lives with her father and grandma and Eugenio is beautiful. I live the front portico and the water fountain. Every effort is made to make the scenes realistic. I will miss Peregrina.
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