"La Malquerida" is wrapping up in México this week and it couldn't be more intense. All secrets are being revealed in the telenovela that stars Victoria Ruffo, Ariadne Díaz and Christian Meier. Spoiler Alert! Spoiler Alert! In Episode 114 Acacia has no other choice but to reveal the truth about her and Esteban to Ulises (Mane de la Parra). At the moment both Ulises and her mother Cristina believed that Esteban was the one coming on to her as she rejected him, but the truth is that she has also accepted his advances. Acacia tells Ulises right after he asked her to resume their relationship. He doesn't understand how they crossed the line and gets extremely upset. Acacia is confused and says she was jealous when Ulises was with another woman. The question is, how will her mother react when she tells her she had feelings for Esteban? Watch the "La Malquerida" clip down below!

We're going to be blunt in saying that the main storyline dragged on for way too long and made it an overall boring telenovela. We have forgiven the writers this week as the truth is finally revealed in a delicious scene we've been waiting for since the beginning. As you know Victoria Ruffo stars as Cristina, a woman that loses her husband after he is killed by a mysterious man. Esteban, played by Christian Meier, then becomes Cristina's security in helping her work the land she inherited. Soon enough he starts falling in love with his step-daughter Acacia (Ariadne Díaz), a feeling he held as a secret for a long time.

Turns out that Acacia was not indifferent to Esteban and they start having an affair behind Cristina's back. Esteban has always been extremely protective over Acacia and shields her from those bad boys she dates. He is obviously jealous and doesn't want to see her with another man that is not him. The boiling point was reached as he has a confrontation with Ulises (Mane de la Parra). During the argument Esteban confesses he has feelings for Acacia, which Cristina happens to overhear and the bomb explodes. Esteban cannot go back on his words and he has to fess up to loving Cristina's daughter. The scene is incredible and has Ruffo beating Esteban like there's no tomorrow, deservingly so. This is "La Malquerida" we had been wanting to see from the beginning.