The plan was perfect.
And there was no better match than the prim playboy of the Escalante family.
“After we get married, everything will be different. You will be more free than before our marriage.”
“What about you?”
“Under the duties as your wife, I will do what is justifiable. It will be done regardless of you.”
“So, you’re saying you were going to have a child but you’re not going to do this kind of thing with me?”
This is because she didn’t need a decent husband, but a man who would someday be legally removed from her life.
When he can fill the petition up with the names of the women he fooled around with overnight, then she can become a successful Ortega woman.
“I am not going to lay a finger on a woman who is not you, and until you give birth to a child, until you give birth to the next child, and then regardless of any child, I will satisfy you and I will make you satisfy me.”
“I don’t need such dog-like freedom or privacy that you want to give me so badly. There’s no such thing as that in the first place from the marriages I know of.”
The Duchess of Escalante refuses to live with the Duke of Escalante. Divorce due to unilateral fault.
“I’m a son of a bit*h but I’m more faithful than you think. Inès Baleztena.”
Inès Baleztena strives for a wonderful life.
“So I will never betray my family.”
Until her promiscuous fiancé betrays her by saying he will not betray her.
“I’m sorry, but you can’t live a life separated from me. Inès Baleztena.”