At novel “Beyond Illusion”, Matias (Antonio Calloni) will try to end the marriage of Heloísa (Paloma Duarte) and Leônidas (Eriberto Leão). For that, the seamstress’ ex-lover and father of her daughter, Olivia (Debora Ozório), about to be shot in a demonstration, will destroy her wedding dress.
In this, Isadora (Larissa Manoela) acts to save her aunt and guarantees that she will make a new outfit for her. Who anticipates is the TV columnist André Romano, from the “TV Observatory”. After discovering Matias’ attitude, Heloísa says that nothing will stop her marriage.
“Thanks for the affection, Isadora. But I can get married in any dress. I’m not going to give that taste to your father, of not going up to that altar just because of an outfit”, says, firmly, Olivia’s mother, receiving a affection. of the niece.
+ in the soap opera ‘Além da Illusion’, Olivia makes a promise to her mother when she finds out who her father is. And Isadora gets confused on her honeymoon with Joaquim
Novel ‘Beyond Illusion’: Matias scares daughter with explosive reaction
However, the dressmaker assures that she will resolve the matter. “You’re not going to marry just any dress. You’re going to have a new and beautiful dress, as you deserve!”, she says kissing her aunt and cousin on her father’s side. Soon after, Isadora leaves mother and daughter alone.
The father’s attitude leaves Olivia terrified and Heloísa opens the game with her lost daughter. “Matias hates me, Olivia. Did you see what he did to my wedding dress? If he could, he’d take the scissors and do it for me!”, he vents to Olivia, who is rescued by her father after being shot.
Novel ‘Beyond Illusion’: Joaquim threatens David by believing in escape with Isadora
In the next chapters, Joaquim (Danilo Mesquita) manages to marry Isadora, but a little later the crook will make a threat when he suspects that the woman has run away with Davi (Rafael Vitti). This occurs when Úrsula (Bárbara Paz) “poisons” her foster child, making him furious.
“If Isadora did this to me, I’ll kill them both!“, says, firmly, the cretin, responsible for the separation of Isadora from the magician, in Alessandra Poggi’s period novel.