Will Ava Jerome’s enemy get the best of her? Ava Jerome (Maura West) has a lot of enemies. Over the years, Ava’s attitude and behaviors burned many bridges with the people of Port Charles. Having family history with the mob, Ava is no stranger to ruthless and cut-throat behavior.
General Hospital recaps recall a time when things began to change for Ava. Despite her inexcusable actions involving Morgan Corinthos (Bryan Craing), Griffin Munro (Matt Cohen), and even her own daughter, Kiki Jerome (Hayley Erin), deep down Ava has a good heart. She’s come a long way over the years. Her relationship with Sonny Corinthos is sometimes more than civil despite of what did she to his son. At times, Ava and Carly Corinthos (Laura Wright) find it in themselves to display mutual respect for one an other. But busy because she’s civil with those she’s wronged in the past, that doesn’t mean they’re her best friends.
Needless to say, this art-loving mob princess doesn’t have many friends. As a result, it makes sense that Ava has resorted to befriending Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros). Previously, Nina kidnapped Ava’s daughter, Avery Corinthos. Yet somehow, she’s now friends with the woman who brought harm against her child. Not to mention, Sonny is now dating the woman who kidnapped his and Ava’s daughter. Anyways, it’s apparent that Ava has her share of enemies.
That being said, General Hospital spoilers reveal Ava encounters an enemy. Aside from her little incident with Nikolas Cassadine (Marcus Coloma), Ava has been on a brighter path. Will Ava Jerome’s enemy get the best of her?
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