General Hospital Spoilers: Valentin Lies To Anna, Dante Finds The Truth- How Bad Does This Get For Vanna?!

Dante discovers Valentin’s lies

Dante discovers Valentin’s lies! Let’s just say that Anna Devane (Finola Hughes) has faced simpler times. Obviously, this rockstar has been through it all, and has come out on top. Still, there comes a time when enough is enough. But when it comes to Anna, there’s no rest for the wicked.

Finally, Anna was looking forward to settling down with the man she lives and who has loved her for years upon years. Valentin Cassadine (James Patrick Stuart) had his sights set on Anna for the longest time. First, he was out for revenge as he thought Anna’s sister Alex’s doings were Anna’s. In the end, Valentin got the girl.

According to the latest GH recaps, Anna confessed her love. At last, Anna felt at ease. However, General Hospital spoilers and rumors indicate that Anna may regret allowing herself to fall for Valentin. It took her what seemed like forever to admit how she feels. But alas, GH rumors claim that her timing is most unfortunate. Her admission precedes a devastating revelation. Anna’s man, Valentin Cassadine, kept his involvement and knowledge of Pikeman to himself for months. Therefore, it’s only natural to wonder why he’d hide this from Anna, along with what else he could be hiding. GH rumors tease that Dante discovers Valentin’s lies. How will Anna come to terms with the truth?

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