Teresa Suárez, nicknamed "Gaviota" (Spanish for "Gull"), and her mother Carmenza Suárez, work as harvesters and throughout the year they travel to different farmlands across Colombia ...
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The continued story of Betty and Armando. The couple is now married and raise their daughter Camila. Betty is also the president of her own fashion company called Ecomoda. Armando is the vice president.
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Evaristo Salinas is a successful businessman in his old age but knows he will die and decides to build a game between his family to see who is worthy of his inheritance. Each member of the Salinas family will be a cardinal sin.
Chela Del Rio
Teresa Suárez, nicknamed "Gaviota" (Spanish for "Gull"), and her mother Carmenza Suárez, work as harvesters and throughout the year they travel to different farmlands across Colombia searching for work. One October Gaviota meets Sebastián Vallejo, the grandson of the owner of the farmlands where they are working. They fall deeply in love with each other and plan to be together even if it means to go against his family's will, but eventually destiny sets them apart and they'd have to overcome multiple obstacles to find they way back together.Written by
It is so refreshingly sweet, funny and original, heroine is very spunky and strong.
I have only watched first 22 episodes and already think this is one of the best novelas I have ever seen! Probably first colombian novela I see and I am planning on watching more colombian novelas when I get a chance. Margarita Rosa de Francisco is great here, and Guy Ecker is good food for the eyes. Plot is very interesting and addictive to keep on watching.
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