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Heridas de amor

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Heridas de amor
Based onValeria y Maximiliano
by Nora Alemán
Written by
  • José Enrique Jiménez
  • Guillermo Quezada
  • María Auxilio Salado
Directed bySergio Cataño
Theme music composer
Opening theme"Heridas de amor"
by Ricardo Montaner
Country of originMexico
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes130
Executive producerRoberto Hernández Vázquez
ProducerLiliana Cuesta
Production locations
  • Carlos Sánchez Zúñiga
  • Armando Zafra
  • Juan Franco
  • Luis Horacio Valdes
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time41-44 minutes
Production companyTelevisa
Original release
NetworkCanal de las Estrellas
ReleaseApril 3 (2006-04-03) –
September 22, 2006 (2006-09-22)

Heridas de amor (English: Wounds of Love)[1] is a Mexican telenovela produced by Roberto Hernández Vázquez for Televisa.[2] It is a remake of the telenovela Valeria y Maximiliano.[3] It premiered on April 3, 2006 and ended on September 22, 2006.

The telenovela stars Guy Ecker, Jacqueline Bracamontes, Sergio Sendel, Diana Bracho, Enrique Lizalde and Nuria Bages.[4][5][6]


Miranda San Llorente (Jacqueline Bracamontes) is a modern, firm and determined young woman who has everything in life: beauty, money and nobility. Her father, the millionaire Gonzalo San Llorente (Enrique Lizalde), places all his hopes in her, since, of his three daughters, she is the one who most resembles him in character and determination. Florencia (Karla Álvarez), the eldest, suffers from a heart condition that will inevitably lead her to death, and the youngest, Renata (Íngrid Martz), is an immature and capricious teenager.

Miranda has her wedding prepared for when her fiancé, Fabricio Beltrán (José Luis Reséndez), who completed a doctorate in Germany, arrives. What Miranda ignores is that Fabricio is coming to marry, but not with her but with her sister, Florencia. Bertha de Aragón (Diana Bracho), Miranda's maternal aunt, caused love to emerge between Fabricio and Florencia to hurt Miranda, who has never allowed herself to be controlled or subjected to her false kindness. Bertha, furthermore, sees in Miranda the woman she hates the most: her own sister, Fernanda de Aragón (Nuria Bages).

Fabricio returns accompanied by his friend, Alejandro Luque (Guy Ecker), who wants revenge on Gonzalo for believing him to be the murderer of his father. Alejandro's conflict will be terrible when he meets Miranda, who will awaken love in him for the first time, a fact that opposes his desire for revenge. On her side, Miranda feels an inexplicable attraction towards him, which will cause a love-hate relationship between them where both will end up sweetly hurt.

Gonzalo's businesses go bankrupt due to the mismanagement of César (Sergio Sendel), Fabricio's brother and Bertha's accomplice. Gonzalo is sent to prison and Miranda must recover not only her fortune, but her entire family, including her mother, who left because of Bertha's scheming. Furthermore, Miranda and Alejandro will have to overcome the obstacles that César, who loves her, and Bertha, who falls in love with Alejandro from the first moment, put between them. In this fight of feelings and passions, of pride and power, both Miranda and Alejandro will discover that only those who produce them can heal the… Wounds of Love.[7]




  • Íngrid Martz as Renata San Llorente de Aragón
  • Grettell Valdéz as Pamela Altamirano Villamil
  • José Luis Reséndez as Fabricio Beltrán Campuzano
  • Ernesto D'Alessio as Juan Jiménez García
  • José Elías Moreno as Francisco Jiménez
  • Beatriz Moreno as Amparo Jiménez
  • Rosángela Balbó as Rebeca Campuzano Vda. de Beltrán
  • Luis Couturier as Julio Bustamante
  • María Prado as Tomasa Aguirre
  • Hugo Macías Macotela as Father Santiago Buenaventura
  • Héctor Sáez as Dr. Benjamín Cohen
  • Luis Xavier as Román Álvarez
  • Alicia del Lago as Natividad "Nati"
  • Carlos Pérez as Elías "Sansón" Mondragón
  • Frantz Cossío as Ángel Bustamante
  • Haydée Navarra as Carola Molinar
  • Karina Mora as Lizania Luque Lemans
  • Lina Durán as Andrea Villamil
  • Yessica Salazar as Marisol
  • Marcelo Córdoba as Daniel Bustamante
  • Pablo Bracho as Luis Alberto Campos
  • Paola Riquelme as Erika Duarte
  • Rodrigo Tejeda as Raúl Jiménez García
  • Rubén Morales as Vicente Mercado
  • Susy Lu as Verónica Ontiveros
  • Toño Mora as Joel Jiménez García
  • Vanessa Arias as Nuria Gómez
  • Karla Álvarez as Florencia San Llorente de Aragón

Guest stars

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Nominee(s) Result
2007 25th TVyNovelas Awards[9] Best Telenovela Roberto Hernández Nominated
Best Actress Jacqueline Bracamontes Nominated
Best Actor Guy Ecker Nominated
Best Antagonist Actor Sergio Sendel Nominated
Best Leading Actress Diana Bracho Nominated
Best Leading Actor Enrique Lizalde Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Íngrid Martz Nominated
Karla Álvarez Nominated
Best Supporting Actor José Luis Reséndez Nominated
Best Musical Theme "Heridas de amor"
by Ricardo Montaner
Best Direction Sergio Cataño Nominated
Bravo Awards[10] Best Antagonist Actress Diana Bracho Won


  1. ^ "Wounds of Love". televisainternacional. Retrieved July 11, 2016.
  2. ^ "Wounds of love" (in Spanish). Retrieved April 3, 2006.
  3. ^ "Guy Ecker protagoniza nueva novela de Televisa". Retrieved April 1, 2006.
  4. ^ "Jacqueline Bracamontes será la protagonista de 'Heridas de Amor'". Archived from the original on November 1, 2007. Retrieved March 3, 2006.
  5. ^ "Guy Ecker regresa a las telenovelas". Archived from the original on January 20, 2008. Retrieved March 2, 2006.
  6. ^ "Diana Bracho será la villana en melodrama de Roberto Hernández". Archived from the original on August 15, 2016. Retrieved February 17, 2006.
  7. ^ "'Heridas de amor': Conoce la historia". Televisa (in Spanish). 2006-04-10. Archived from the original on 2014-10-20. Retrieved 2024-01-10.
  8. ^ "Susana González, la tercera en discordia en Heridas de amor". Archived from the original on August 15, 2016. Retrieved July 31, 2006.
  9. ^ "Llegan los premios TvyNovelas 2007 ¿Quién serán los triunfadores?". Archived from the original on November 16, 2007. Retrieved November 14, 2007.
  10. ^ "Entregan los premios Bravo a lo más destacado de los espectáculos". Retrieved October 3, 2007.

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