Amor Bravio is a Mexican telenovela produced by Carlos Moreno Laguillo for Televisa. It is based on De pura sangre and En los cuernos del amor, a new story by Martha Carrillo and Cristina García. Camila Monterde is a beautiful veterinarian whose life has been torn apart by a tragic accident in which her fiancé, Luis, was killed. Hoping to ease her depression, her uncle, Daniel Monterde, invites her to live at his ranch, where she can rest and recover while caring for the many animals he keeps there. The ranch is managed by Alonso, an ambitious man who sees Camila's arrival as the perfect opportunity to get his hands on the Monterde fortune; since Don Daniel has no children and loves Camila dearly, he assumes that she will be his heir. So Alonso, aided by his conniving mother Isadora, initiates his plan to win Camila's heart and marry her.
Meanwhile, in Chile, Daniel Díaz lives a happy life with his wife, Miriam, who is expecting their first child. He has no idea that his fate is linked to the Monterdes in Mexico, or how drastically his life will soon change. Thirty years ago, Daniel's late mother, Agatha, had an affair with Daniel Monterde but never told her son about it, or that she named him after the man she loved. However, Don Daniel recently began suspecting that Agatha's son could be his only child. Daniel suddenly receives a letter stating that he has come into a substantial inheritance and must travel to Mexico to claim it. Surprised and curious, he's about to make the trip when a vicious lie disrupts his plans and lands him in prison, causing him to lose the inheritance and his family.