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Cuando Me Enamoro
Created by Caridad Bravo Adams
Written by Martha Carrillo
Cristina García
Directed by Fernando Nesme
Karina Duprez
Starring Silvia Navarro
Juan Soler
Rocío Banquells
Jessica Coch
René Casados
Julieta Rosen
Theme music composer Descemer Bueno
Enrique Iglesias
Opening theme Cuando Me Enamoro by Enrique Iglesias and Juan Luis Guerra
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 181 [1]
Producer(s) Carlos Moreno Laguillo
Running time 42-45 minutes
Original channel Televisa
Picture format 480i SDTV
1080i HDTV
Original release July 5, 2010 – March 13, 2011
Preceded by Mar de amor
Followed by La Fuerza del Destino
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Cuando me enamoro (Timeless Love) is a Mexican Spanish-language telenovela produced by Carlos Moreno Laguillo and Televisa. It is a remake of the 1998 Televisa telenovela La Mentira.

Silvia Navarro, Juan Soler and Jessica Coch are stars, with the participations of Rocío Banquells and Lisardo Guarinos as the main villains, the stellar participations of René Casados, Julieta Rosen, José Ron, and the special participation of Sebastián Zurita.

Univision promoted Cuando me enamoro for the United States audience, with the first promo shown on March 30, and was initially scheduled to air at 8pm central. A second promo confirmed an April 19 airing at 7pm central. The third promo aired on April 5, confirming a 7pm/6pm central on Univision, and aired from April 20, 2011 to January 6, 2012.[2]


The story begins with the birth of two daughters, Regina and Roberta; both daughters of Roberto Gamba (Sebastián Rulli) but of different mothers.  While Regina is the daughter of Regina Soberon Gamba (Lidia Avila - Julieta Rosen), the legitimate wife of Roberto Gamba, Roberta is the daughter of Josefina "Pepa" Alvarez Martínez (Margarita Magaña - Rocío Banquells), Roberto's mistress.  When Roberto tells "Pepa" that he is not going to leave his wife and daughter Regina, "Pepa", full of rage, causes Roberto's death and decides to kidnap Roberto and Regina's daughter for revenge and to make Regina suffer.  "Pepa" changes Regina's name to Renata and flees with the two girls, leaving Regina shattered and grieving over the loss of her daughter.

Years later, "Pepa" marries millionaire Gonzalo Monterrubio (Jorge De Silva - René Casados), who adopts her daughters and raises them as if they were his true daughters.  Thus, Doña "Pepa" becomes Josefina "Fina" Álvarez de Monterrubio.

Upon becoming a young woman, Roberta (Jessica Coch) is the girlfriend of Rafael Gutiérrez (Sebastián Zurita), an employee of the Gonzalo Monterrubio Corporation.   Rafael wants to prove to Roberta that he is capable of providing her with the kind of life she is accustomed to and thus resigns from the Monterrubio Corporation to become the new owner of a very successful vineyard in Ensenada.  But "Fina" assassinates Rafael and then makes Roberta believe that Rafael left her.  

Jerónimo Linares de la Fuente (Juan Soler) is a successful businessman who lives in Spain and decides to travel to Mexico to visit his half brother, Rafael, and to ask for the hand of Roberta in marriage on behalf of his half brother Rafael.

At the airport, Jerónimo has a chance encounter with Renata Monterrubio (Silvia Navarro) and is immediately captivated by her beauty.  Upon arriving at his brother's ranch and learning of his brother's recent death, Jerónimo is lead to believe that a woman whose name begins with the letter "R" is responsible for Rafael's death.  Jerónimo swears to avenge his brother's death by seducing, marrying, and subsequently making life unbearable for the woman he nicknames "La Bonita".  At first, Jerónimo suspects that "La Bonita" is in reality Roberta; however, through a series of misunderstandings, together with the deceitful plotting and conniving of "Fina", Jerónimo is pointed in the direction of Renata as "La Bonita".  Destiny and time will prove him wrong, but in the meantime will he loose Renata's love due to his deception and lies?...



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