Un Camino Hacia El Destino: Love is in the air, not

scribble-heartOh, if only love really was in the air on Un Camino Hacia El Destino, but it’s not. No one is happy, not even the hero and heroine – Carlos and Fernanda – and that’s a good thing. They declared their love for each other far too early. I’m glad the writers had Fernanda call it quits. With all of the other absurd moments on Un Camino, Fernanda telling Carlos that she was done with all of his explanations was realistic.

Since she started dating Carlos, Fernanda has had to deal with crazy Isabela and Camila. Both want Carlos, even though he doesn’t want them and because he’s a bit wimpy, he’s had to explain himself out of more situations than I can count, including Isabela’s fake pregnancy.Why didn’t he tell Fernanda what Isabela was up to? Instead, Isabela told Fernanda that she was pregnant, even though it wasn’t true. Had Carlos told Fernanda what was going on, Fernanda would have been prepared and would have known it was a lie. Instead, she was stuck listening to one of Carlos’s many explanations again, which she didn’t want to hear.

While Carlos has told Camila to lay off, he hasn’t been forceful enough. Even when he went to Cabo San Lucas to surprise Fernanda, Camila managed to be all over him and that was in front of Fernanda. Why he allowed that to happen is beyond me? Until he stops being a wimp, Fernanda needs to stand her ground and tell Carlos to leave her alone.

At this point, I’d even welcome another love interest for Fernanda to make Carlos jealous and I don’t mean Felipe. He’s awful and belongs with Camila so they can be awful together.

Should the writers introduce another love interest? What do you think of Carlos?

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