A mysterious woman arrives in the town of Trinidad looking for her past. After years of imprisonment for a crime she did not commit, the beautiful widow Alicia Guardiola returns to claim ... See full summary »
A mysterious woman arrives in the town of Trinidad looking for her past. After years of imprisonment for a crime she did not commit, the beautiful widow Alicia Guardiola returns to claim her twin boys, who are being raised by their grandmother, the feared and respected Perfecta Albarracin. Perfecta has no intention of giving up her grandchildren without a fight, and enlists her son, the handsome Diego Blanco, to help her. On opposite sides of a battle to claim two precocious boys who share dreams and magical powers, Alicia and Diego find themselves falling in love, without even suspecting the dark consequences a relationship between them will bring. Written by
I have seen it since April 2007 (it was released at the beginning of 2007 in Spain) and I have never quited. Performances are very good, they have casted actors from many different countries and the most of them are very attractive.
Besides, the series is getting to the interesting part of the story. I won't write exactly where, so I don't spoil the story.
As for the plot: Trinidad, a little town in South America. Alicia Guardiola has been released from prison, where she has passed 7 years for a crime she didn't commit, kidnapping and killing her husband Amador Blanco. During this time, her two twin sons (Felipe and Duván) live with Alicia's mother-in-law, Perfecta Albarracín (known in Trinidad as Doña Perfecta), and her brother-in-law Sebastián Blanco. She returns to the town with no money and no job and all the people against her until she meets Justino Briñón, who gives her a job as the manager of his hotel. The series will go through her life in Trinidad, how she will try to recuperate her two sons from Doña Perfecta and demonstrate she is not a criminal.
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