Esme doesn’t trust Victor. Esme Prince (Avery Kristen Pohl) is like a little lost puppy out in the big world. After severe trauma, Esme suffers from amnesia. Typically those who suffer total memory loss would give anything to regain those precious memories. However, with Esmé, that is not the case.
In retrospect, Esme’s life prior to amnesia isn’t a life worth remembering. At least according her her anyways. Prior to losing her memory, Esme sulked about her lonely childhood. Having not been raised by her biological parents, Esme spent much of her childhood with her nanny, Maggie Fitzgerald. Thankfully, the new and improved Esme doesn’t never knew them then, and remember her biological parents either. In a way, the amnesia has given a young woman a clean slate and a fresh start. Now a loving mother, the days of Esme’s terrorizing ways are over.
Despite the fact that Esme doesn’t remember even her most recent past, she is able to instinctively sense certain feelings. When naming baby Ace, her intuition spoke to her. The love Esme has for her baby is strong enough to break through the amnesia. Additionally, danger and fear fill her senses whenever Esme encounters particular people. For instance, she sensed danger and fear around Ryan Chamberlain (Jon Lindstrom). As we know, her Spidey-senses were spot on. Talking about danger, the same goes for Victor. Esme doesn’t trust Victor Cassadine (Charles Shaughnessy) further than she can throw him. Will Laura Spencer Collins (Genie Francis) try to talk Esme out of her own instincts? Or, will she take Victor just as seriously?
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Corinthians 13:13 “So now faith, hope, and love abide, these three; but the greatest of these is love.”