Yes, admits Amaya, but given the trauma of not knowing if her mother would be found, it’s understandable. Valeria and Whoracio have a tender goodbye out in the living room.He reminds her she was supposed to be more “cariñosa” with him (including side-benefits). He doesn’t tell her the real reason he’s departing so late that night.Luce is the first one out of the house to welcome them. Mauro goes up to his room and leaves them in the garden.She’s upstaged by Constanza who comes running up to Max and smothers him with kisses while Amaya has to watch silently. Upstairs, Vale tells Amaya she wants to live in MM with her.Cesar tells him to take a bus, or get a hotel room, whatever, just git.Whor says he doesn’t know what he’s done for Cesar to take this attitude, but he’s there for his daughter. The Mother and Child Reunion involves lots of kisses. Vale wants to spend the night beside mommy and Amaya says it’s ok. Vale goes to say goodbye to her papi and Caro also leaves the room. She ducks out of his embrace and tells him she feels a bit dizzy and sits down on the bed.Jorge says it was a bit awkward to have both Caro and Whor at the finca. Also, Juli is positive Mauro has feelings for her in return.She can’t say for sure it’s love, but yes, it’s far greater than love.
If it's okay, I'll post this on more than one page, so that it can hopefully reach the eyes of all who are interested...
Could you add this comment to the Las Proximas page (under Producers Novelographies)?
That is where I'm also keeping a cumulative list of Premio winners in the Best Novela category.
Elo denies it could be the kind of love a man has for a woman, Juli must be confused.
Juli replies that she doesn’t know if she’s the one confused or it’s Elo.
He tells him the finca is for family only and he’s to largate, even though it is very late at night.