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El Ardiente Secreto

El Ardiente Secreto
El Ardiente Secreto
Daniela Romo & Joaquín Cordero
Format Telenovela, Drama
Directed by Julián Pastor
Starring Daniela Romo
Joaquín Cordero
Lorena Velázquez
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 20
Executive producer(s) Irene Sabido
Original channel Televisa
Original airing 1978

El Ardiente Secreto (English The impassioned secret) is a [1]


The orphan Mariana Cisneros was shut in (in a college) by an aunt who hates her, she suffers from some terrible pains, but she take advantage of the education and culture. When she was 18 she finds a job as a governess of a silent and lonely child, Adela, who is the daughter of Eduardo. Mariana wins Adela's love and she is attracted by Eduardo. Mariana and Eduardo fall in love, but a terrible secret will take them apart. She discovers it on the day of their marriage. Mariana is desperate and she escapes, but for love she will return again.[2]


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