Vino el Amor: Romance is everywhere

Vino el Amor has made me so happy. After months of waiting, David finally came to his senses and told Luciana that he wants to be with her. I’m glad the writers didn’t rush them. It made the last couple of episodes more satisfying.

Of course, now that they are together, the door is open for more exciting things. Luciana has a huge target on her back. Graciela will most likely attempt to kill her. After all, she killed her sister, Lisa, because she wanted David for herself. As far as Graciela is concerned, no one will stand in her way when it comes to David.

While that storyline is heating up, I’m also glad to see more focus on Sonia and León. I still haven’t figured the two of them out, but I laugh every time I see them together. I wonder if Sonia will stop acting like she’s in a romance novel. León seems to like it, which amazes me because he pined for Carito for so long and, while she’s crazy, it’s in a different way than Sonia. I love this storyline though because it gives Vino el Amor some comic relief.

The other couple I like is Erika and Miguel. Miguel appears to be finally moving on, even if it is at a snail’s pace. Unlike Luciana, Erika really likes him. He continues to remind me of José Luis from Lo Que La Vida Me Robó. José Luis was with someone else for awhile, but he never got over Montserrat. I hope I’m wrong about Miguel.

What do you think of all the romance on Vino el Amor?

 

 

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Vino el Amor: León likes weird

Vino el Amor is giving us the typical drama between the main couple — David and Luciana. Thankfully, the writers have managed to keep them apart, even though their attraction is undeniable.

Because Luciana and David are pretty much in limbo, this week’s blog focuses on a couple that has been providing a lot of laughs — León and Sonia. After getting his heart broken by Carito, León sets his sights on Sonia. He notices her at the party for the introduction of the new wine produced by the vineyard. He compliments her and Sonia seems to welcome his attention, even though she throws herself at David less than five minutes later.

They have now been on a couple of dates and Sonia has drunk quite a bit of alcohol on the dates.  León suggests a date in which they don’t drink after she gives him a gift. The gift is a shirt she stole from David’s closet. She also sprayed his cologne all over it. León doesn’t seem to notice the cologne when he accepts the shirt.

He wears the shirt on the date and Sonia is disturbed at the fit of the shirt. She tells him if he exercises and eats a little more, he’ll fill out the shirt. The conversation makes León uncomfortable, but he changes the subject and goes with the flow. Then, the unbelievable happens. Sonia shows León the book she’s reading and he’s reading the same book on his cell phone. It’s a true bonding moment.

León thinks Sonia is strange, but nice. I think Sonia likes León too, but I haven’t figured out if she’s psycho or if she will eventually snap out of her obsession with David. I hope it’s the latter because I really like them together.

How do you feel about León and Sonia?

 

 

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