Alternative ending for Jane the virgin:
Jane and Petra slowly become closer and closer, realizing that none of the men in their lives are worth a damn, and the friction between the two of them actually comes from repressed romantic and sexual desire. They admit their love for each other and raise all three siblings together.
Jane loves and respects Petra’s never ending drive and need to push herself because of the deep poverty she comes from. Petra loves how funny and sweetly naive Jane is, and spends countless hours cross legged with a cup of coffee reading over Jane’s new books, amazed at how brilliant her wife, the mother of her children, is.
Petra helps build Jane’s self confidence and sense of self worth, while Jane helps keep Petra grounded and empathetic.
They still butt heads on occasion–they’re both so passionate about their beliefs–but they find ways to meet in the middle and work through it.
Aldo Petra’s mother never comes without a thousand miles of either of them ever again.