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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 her as his successor because, of his three daughters, it is she who most resembles him in drive and character. Florencia, the eldest, suffers from a heart condition that is driving her to an early grave, and the youngest, Renata, is a spoiled, irresponsible teenager. Miranda's thoughts are on her upcoming wedding. Her fiancé, Fabricio Beltran, is soon to return from Germany, where he studied for his doctor's degree. But Miranda does not suspect that Fabricio is not coming back to marry her, but her sister Florencia. Bertha DE Aragon, her maternal aunt, deliberately brought the two young lovers together out of pure spite, to hurt Miranda, whom she has never been able to manipulate because the girl is not deceived by her aunt's pretense of kindness. Miranda is a constant reminder of the woman Bertha ... Written by
This was my favorite Novela so far .... I thought the acting was great except for some crying scenes and the story was amazing .... I was very sad when it ended. This was the 1st starring role for Jaqueline Brocamontes and let me tell you .. she shined. Her role was very strong and passionate and she portrayed it perfectly. I also enjoyed the acting immensely from the Villines of this story. Berta scared th crap out of me with her evilness. I also think the Novela did a great job at showing off some of Mexico's most beautiful places. I am now dying to visit Tabasco and tour the amazing chocolate plantations ... Also the scenes from both Cabo San Lucas and Puerto Vallarta were incredible. I will be buying this on DVD when it comes out !
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