Nina loses Sonny and Sasha! …When all is said and done, Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros) has set herself up to lose everything. And by everything, we mean, everyone. She only has a few allies as it is, so Nina doesn’t have room for friendly fire. Sadly, in true Nina form, she manages to burn more bridges.
Although her circle may be small, Nina knows she can count in a handful of people to have her back. However, she also knows people can only tolerate so much before they turn their backs on her! Valentin Cassadine (James Patrick Stuart), Drew Cain (Cameron Mathison), and Curtis Ashford (Donnell Turner) believe in Nina. Also, Sonny is blinded by love, Liesl Obrecht is family, so there’s an element of obligation there, and finally, there’s Sasha Gilmore (Sofia Mattsson). As GH recaps recall, Sasha and Nina had a mother-daughter type of bond. Sadly, Sasha and Valentin’s scheme broke Nina’s heart.
General Hospital spoilers and speculations tease that Nina loses Sonny and Sasha, along with everyone else. Between Willow’s health and the SEC drama, Nina’s had a lot going on. Meanwhile, her dear friend Sasha has some troubles of her own. According to the latest GH previews, Sasha and Gladys have a talk.
Moreover, GH rumors tease that Sasha turns to Sonny about her Gladys problems. Consequently, this causes a rift between the young widow and Sonny’s girlfriend. In addition, Sasha learns what Nina did to Carly and Drew, and ultimately takes Sonny’s side. Nina is about to get pretty lonely…
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