Eleven years after the loss of his wife, Adnan retreats from social life and takes solace in his secluded mansion, focusing his affection solely on his daughter Nihal and son Bülent. Adnan’s life takes a turn when he encounters Bihter, the daughter of the well-known Firdevs family. This chance meeting reignites forgotten emotions, as if spring has arrived in the middle of winter.
Firdevs, a woman of relentless ambition, is in constant competition with her own daughters. Not even the sudden death of her husband could keep her away from social gatherings. Bihter, who blames her mother for her father’s death, feels disgraced by her lineage. When she meets Adnan, she sees an escape and grabs onto his reassuring hand, beginning her journey into a new life.
While Firdevs sees Adnan as an attractive prospect for a husband, it is Bihter who ends up intersecting paths with him, sparking a long-lasting conflict between mother and daughter. Bihter seeks peace and happiness in Adnan’s home, but instead finds herself entangled in a web of passion with Behlül, a distant relative living with the family.
Their forbidden love, a ticking time bomb, threatens to affect every member of the household. Innocence becomes overshadowed by betrayal, as love and desire capture loyalty.
Will “Amor Prohibido” reveal the cost of such tangled relationships?