What if there was no promise in "The promise"?
After the mother's death Reyhan is left all alone. Hikmet, who considers her to be his niece, decides to take the girl to Istanbul, where she will study at the university.
Secretly, he hopes that his long-standing dream of marrying their children with the Meryem will come true and that Hikmet's son, Emir, a burner and narcissistic egoist, will fall in love with Reyhan.
Meanwhile, in Istanbul, Javidan wastes no time and persuades Emir to get engaged to his childhood friend Cemre, because this union promises great benefits from the merger of the holdings Tarhun and Jemre's father.
In the midst of the engagement, Hikmet brings Reyhan to the house, and from the first glance at her, Emir realizes that he hastened with the decision to marry.
Every day he is more and more attracted to Reyhan and he goes crazy with jealousy, seeing that there are many fans around her at the university. Emir realizes that he has fallen in love.
But will Reyhan respond to his feelings?
"We will be comprehended only by what is prescribed to us by Allah. He is our Patron. And let the believers trust in Allah alone." (9:51)