Pedro and Vera meet and fall deeply in love. Two kindred spirits that seem to have been born to meet each other. Yet, both are unaware that their parents' crimes, past crimes of which they are neither part nor guilty, will jeopardize their happiness together. 



Pedro is 5 years old when his father dies at the hands of Olmo and his partner Fausto.


Rather than getting rid of the child, Olmo decides to adopt him as his own son and kill Fausto to remain the sole owner of a promising money laundering business involving luxury hotels.


That generous gesture towards Pedro and believing his former partner is dead will be the biggest mistake that will condemn him years later.


30 years later

Pedro, who doesn't remember any of the dramatic events of his past and has grown up as one of Olmo's sons believing that he is a good man, is in Spain closing a hotel business. He meets Vera there, a beautiful and irreverent Mexican furniture designer, and along with her, true love. Their encounter seems to be dictated by destiny. She is also an orphan... Fausto, her father, died years ago. Both are unaware that they have a shared past. 


Vera also falls madly in love with Pedro and is prepared to bet everything on that new love, so she breaks her relationship with Julio Gamboa. Pedro must return to Mexico, but vows to return as soon as he settles some "personal matters". In fact, he is determined to end his marriage with Marina, Olmo's fragile, legitimate daughter, with whom he grew up and married believing he loved her. Now that he has known true love, he knows that Marina deserves to be with another man... what he still doesn't know is that Marina is pregnant and upon learning of his infidelity, she will lose the baby. Olmo threatens Pedro with killing "the woman in Spain" if he dumps his daughter. Destroyed, Pedro decides to push Vera away, unaware that they are expecting a child.


5 years later

Vera and her son Nico travel to Mexico to visit Antonia, Vera's mother. Once in Mexico, she meets Olmo, who sees in Vera some of his adored and long-dead wife's traits. Olmo becomes attached to Vera and decides to introduce her to his family, also proposing to her. Vera appreciates Olmo's attention and care and is sincerely willing to give him a chance with no knowledge that she will meet Pedro again and realize that they both still love each other with the same intensity as the first day... a secret they will have to keep. Pedro guesses and asks her if Nico is his son... she denies it... she has found out the reason why he left her years ago and understands that fragile Marina needs him by her side. Vera can't bear the pain of being close to Pedro and keeping her distance from persistent Olmo, so she decides to move away. As soon as Julio sees his chance, he wants to make Vera fall back in love with him, so he proposes her to move to another country and protect her and Nico from any misfortune. She rejects him. Soon after, Vera is shocked to find her father alive. Fausto tells her his story and asks her to stay by his side to take revenge on Olmo, who is to blame for all his troubles. As Vera doesn’t accept, Fausto decides to "force" his daughter by killing Antonia and blaming Olmo for the murder. Driven by pain and seeking justice for her mother, Vera stays in Mexico to stay by Olmo's side and help her father in his revenge plans, sacrificing her heart if necessary.


This is how Vera and Pedro engage in the treason game initiated by their parents many years ago.




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