The damage has been done. Any hope of Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard) and Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros) respecting Carly has gone out the window.
Sonny made it clear that he had every intention of doing all he could to get Carly back. His grand gesture fell flat and he felt defeated. I’m comes Nina, always there when she shouldn’t be.
General Hospital spoilers reveal Sonny and Nina’s actions will have big consequences. To state the obvious, Carly Corinthos will be out for blood. But then there’s also Sonny and Nina. He told her that Carly is the one person he loves the most, and then proceeded to sleep with Nina due to being rejected by none other than… you guessed it, the one he loves the most. His wife. Carly.
Where does that leave Nina?
General Hospital previews and spoilers suggest that Carly has lost all hope for fixing her marriage now that there are three people in it. Sonny and Nina can’t take back what they did, and no matter how you look at it, Sonny settled for second best when he slept with Nina.
Sonny to be left with no one?
General Hospital rumors suggest Nina will think long and hard about her situation and come to the realization that she was Sonny’s consolation prize. Now that Sonny has pushed Carly away, and GH rumors indicate that Nina will soon have an epiphany and snap out of the spell she’s under with Sonny.
“Chase two girls, lose the one” -Taylor Swift
Did Sonny just lose the love of his life after chasing after two women?
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