When Ana María returns to Mexico from Los Angeles, her father offers to grant her control of the family tequila empire, to the dismay of her brothers.
The Carranza siblings mourn their loss while trying to keep the details of the death a secret from family members, friends and the authorities.
Cecilia decides which of her three children should receive control of Monarca. Ana María negotiates with the company's striking workers.
Joaquín retaliates against Ana María when she makes a business decision he vehemently disagrees with. Camila is surprised by Pablo's judgmental friends.
Ana María suspects someone is sabotaging the opening of the new Monarca hotel. Ilán's presence at the centennial party creates tension for Andrés.
Pablo is publicly accused of sexual assault. Camila is involved in the backlash as their parents fight over how to respond. Joaquín meets with Emilio.
Ana María and Andrés argue over how to solve various problems, both personal and professional. Meanwhile, Joaquín sets up dinner with the governor.
The agave fields burn and Ana María's investigator looks into whether her brother is to blame. Joaquín proposes removing his sister from Monarca.
Andrés comes out to Pablo and suggests he turn himself in. With Rubén's help, Ana María discovers who killed her father. Martin's editor pressures him.
The Carranza family argues over which kind of revenge they should dish out to the traitor who murdered Fausto. The victim count rises.