Based on the Spanish format, Ana y los Siete (original idea by Ana G. Obregon – produced by Starline Production S.L. for Television Espanola S.A.V.), the story narrates the adventures of Anna Modigliani (a stunning striptease artist at the Chicago nightclub), her stage name being Nina Mon Amour. Her dream is to buy the club’s license and turn it into a theatre for musicals. Unfortunately, to buy the license, Tony gets himself into serious debt with the local loan shark, Il Secco, who never misses an opportunity to threaten and extort money from the artistes of the Chicago. Tenacious and resolute Anna sets about finding herself a day job that will help her pay off the debt. She is employed as a nanny for the five Ferrari kids, the children of a wealthy entrepreneur, who is a widower. Initially, Anna has a hard time being accepted by the five kids, scions of upper-class Milan, who are totally cold and insensitive to her warmth and sincerity. But thanks to the affection and support, that only a real mother would know how to give, she eventually wins them over. However, her sincerity and beauty don’t work their magic solely on them. The kids’ father, Ferdinando (about to marry the wicked Alessia), soon succumbs to her charms and, unable to resist this rush of feelings, falls in love with Anna and recreates a family harmony that since the loss of Ludovica seemed lost forever.