Sonny and Carly team up to protect their family! No one knows Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard) they way his ex-wife Carly (Corinthos) Spencer (Laura Wright) does. A love like theirs comes once in a lifetime. Though many experience love with a significant other, total life alignment is a rare experience.
As General Hospital recaps recall, at first, factors beyond their control tore Sonny and Carly’s marriage apart. While Carly and their children mourned what they thought was Sonny’s death Nina Reeves kept a husband and father away from his family. Then, Sonny’s choice to pursue a relationship with his captor is what ultimately severed his marriage to Carly. Some argue that Nina’s influence, Sonny’s injury, and the amnesia clouded his judgement. In addition, he lost his son Michael Corinthos (Chad Duell).
Sunny and Nina blindly go about their relationship. However, their bond has yet to be put to the ultimate test Sonny’s life isn’t for the faint of heart and that’s why he needs Carly by his side as he faces the next threat.
According to General Hospital spoilers in previews a mob, or is a brewing in Port Charles. For Carly this is all too familiar as she’s been through it all before. Protecting their family from the dangers his work praise is always their first priority. Now they face a new storm. Like old times sonny, and Carly team up to protect her family. As for Nina, GH rumors hint a wake-up call proves there’s no place for her in Sonny’a world.
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Corinthians 13:13 “So now faith, hope, and love abide, these three; but the greatest of these is love.”