The date of his thirty first birthday marks a radical change in Martin’s life. Though Martin’s parents are extremely wealthy, they give him an ultimatum of three months; either he becomes useful in anything or they kick him out of the house. Being kicked out of the house is not the worst part; being left penniless is. Martin has never done a days work in his life, and the only thing he can really do is dance. Victim or fear and desperation he tells his parents that he is engaged to be married; the only problem being he does not have a girlfriend and his heart belongs to Rubi, a teacher ten years older than him who in the past left him without an explanation. He takes advantage of his birthday party to meet himself and introduce to his parents his fiancée; whom he is convinced must have just one quality; she must be a good dancer. It is this way that he meets Miranda Zapata. Miranda is the daughter of Mirando Zapata, an entrepreneur who rose from being a golf caddy to the owner of a successful shoe factory. Mirando has money but he has no name in society and to fix this, he is determined in becoming a member of “Los Alacranes Country Club” (Scorpions). Right in the beginning things become complicated when Rubi, the love of his life, happens to be the step mother to Miranda, his fiancée.