Topics: Marriage, Love, DNA Pages: 3 (900 words) Published: January 19, 2013

Conflict began when Emily, a once peasant lady fell in love with Marco, a haciendero boy. Dona Margaret is against the relationship of the couple since she wanted her son to marry the daughter of a multi-millionaire and former girl friend of Marco. But since Marco found his true love to Emily, he had decided not to get involved with his former girl friend and pursue his relationship with Emily. Emily got pregnant and Marco has no knowledge about it, since she had decided to let go off him because of his mother. When Dona Margaret learned of this, she abducted Emily’s son, and replaced it with a dead one. With this plot, Emily promised to seek revenge to Dona Margaret and to Marco, for not fighting for her. Emily met an Italian businessman whom fell in love with her, and when he died she got all his wealth. Little they know, Manang Henya, Dona Margaret’s sister, saw how her sister gave baby Daniel to a certain midwife. She followed where the midwife left Daniel and got him. She raised Daniel and kept the secret until he grew up. Daniel found love from his child hood sweet heart Katarina, but when their love affair was revealed, it resulted to making grudge to Katarina’s father. Despite the hindrances on their relationship they still pursue it. Until, Katarina’s father died. Her brother, made Daniel’s life miserable and even ended up murdering Daniel. Everybody thought that Daniel died, but it was destined that he was saved by the now glamorous and multi-millionaire businesswoman Emily Guidote. She brought Daniel to Italy, and even used him in her plot to seek vengeance from what Marco and Dona Margaret did to her. In the Philippines, Katarina married Nathan, her long-time suitor and child hood friend. At the flight of Daniel’s success, he returned to the Philippines, and that’s how conflict between Nathan and Daniel began (the usual problem in which Katarina and Nathan argue with). Katarina became martyr and did everything for his husband, even...
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