When we first met Carlos Solis, he was a brilliant executive with a fiery temper whose long hours and neglect led his wife straight into the arms of their teenage gardener. After a stint in jail for dubious business practices and an affair of his own, Carlos realized that nothing would keep him apart from Gabrielle, even when he was tragically blinded. Their love, while volatile, was too strong to ignore.
They decided to remarry and, to her shock and his delight, had two beautiful children. Carlos found a new richness in his life, finally fulfilled as a father. Then, in a true miracle, a successful surgery gave him back his sight. He reluctantly returned to work, and their life slowly returned to normal.
Until Bree's son, Andrew, came clean and confessed that he was the hit-and-run driver who hit Carlos's mother, resulting in her death. Carlos was outraged not only at Andrew, but at Bree for covering it up and keeping the truth from him for years. He said that he couldn't forgive her. But this changed when Carlos found Gabrielle's abusive stepfather attacking her and accidentally killed him. Bree led the charge in concealing the crime so Carlos wouldn't go to jail, resulting in a reconciliation between Carlos and Bree. But how will Carlos, a deeply religious man, deal with being a murderer, whether it was an accident or not?