Set in New York City, the story begins in 1990 with a 20-year-old dancer named Aurora Ponce de León (Sara Maldonado). She attends New York School of the Arts with her two best friends, Natalia Suarez (Talina Duclaud) and Vanessa Miller young (Vanessa Pose). One night after a dance rehearsal, they all go to a bar, where Aurora meets Lorenzo Lobos (Jorge Luis Pila), a dance instructor and single father. Aurora and Lorenzo fall madly in love. Vanessa, who had always been jealous of Aurora, is infuriated by this because she too is in love with Lorenzo. She tried everything to separate the two, going as far as inviting Lorenzo to Aurora's lavish twentieth birthday party (Lorenzo was unaware Aurora was wealthy), where she makes sure he sees Federico Álvarez de Toledo kiss Aurora. Lorenzo storms off, believing he has been betrayed. Aurora runs after Lorenzo and declares her love for him.
It doesn't work and Lorenzo wants nothing more to do with Aurora. Aurora returns home heartbroken and after an argument with her father, Gustavo (Braulio Castillo), she faints. Gustavo takes her to his cryogenic clinic to run tests. It is discovered that Aurora is pregnant with Lorenzo's baby. Her father refuses to tell Lorenzo about the pregnancy and sends her as far away from him as possible.
A few months pass and Aurora tries to run away and return to Lorenzo, but she falls and goes into labor. She gives birth to a girl, who she names Blanca. Aurora becomes very ill and on her deathbed, calls Lorenzo, and says to him with her dying breath, "I will always love you." Lorenzo hears a flat line and all the commotion. Gustavo decides to freeze Aurora in a cryogenic capsule.
Aurora wakes up after 20 years, only to discover that Lorenzo is married to Natalia. Blanca does not know Aurora is her mother, because she was raised by her actual grandparents who told her Aurora was her sister. Aurora plays along with it and keeps her real identity a secret. However, after Lorenzo's son Martin falls love with Aurora all the secrets start coming out. Nothing remains the same.
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