Shortly before dying, general Francisco Ortiz marries Virginia and names her the only heiress. Virginia and her small brother Diego arrive at the town of San Francisco de Arenales to attend...
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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 »
In the village of San Andres, the rivalry between two families the Valdes and the Ramirez is centered on "El Manantial", a beautiful fountain of water that happens to bathe the small ... See full summary »
Luciana, a poor, young woman working as a maid in the venerable Velarde home, falls in love with young seminary student Juan de la Cruz, the Velarde's son. The night before Juan is to ... See full summary »
After the Rebeca (Barbara) catches innocent Eduardo kissing his first love Fernanda, she sends him to a far away land. Years pass and tragedy brings him back, vengeance fills his heart ... See full summary »
Shortly before dying, general Francisco Ortiz marries Virginia and names her the only heiress. Virginia and her small brother Diego arrive at the town of San Francisco de Arenales to attend the general's funeral. She is accompanied by the nephew of general, captain Fernando Ortiz, who at first despises Virginia, thinking that she is ambitious and married his uncle only because of his money. All residents of the town think of her the same way, the only people who receive Virginia amiably is the municipal president, doctor Jose Guadalupe and his wife Blanca, who is lethally ill. Fernando's mother Aurelia, with the help of Cristobal, tries to rob from Virginia the fortune that she has just inherited. Aurelia will do everything possible to force Virginia leave the ranch. Aurelia's hatred becomes even greater when she realizes that her son Fernando has fallen in love with Virginia, although she sees him only as a friend. Virginia and Blanca become very good friends. Blanca is aware that ...Written by