General Hospital Spoilers: Brook Lynn Catches Linc Red handed, Her Reaction Takes Chase By Surprise

Brook Lynn surprises Chase

Brook Lynn surprises Chase. Brook Lynn Quartermaine (Amanda Setton) is the kind of woman who knows what she wants. More often than not, she does what needs to be done regardless of who it hurts. Because of this, Brook Lynn lost Chase (Josh Swickard). Now, her choices lead to loneliness. It’s up to Brook Lynn to turn things around.

The singing! The dancing! The GH Nurses Ball is here! We are so excited to take it all in. The entertainment, drama, and of course, the suspense! It’s all here for General Hospital’s 60th anniversary celebration! As the Nurses Ball 2023 is in full swing, Brook Lynn checks up on things backstage. Things haven’t been easy for Brook Lynn while she suffers from a broken heart. What’s worse is, she knows the blame is on her. Selfish motives dictated her fate. Furthermore, she regrets letting Linc get away with using his power as a producer to manipulate women.

According to General Hospital previews and spoilers, Brook Lynn catches Linc redhanded. Maybe she sees too much and decides enough is enough. General Hospital spoilers tease that Brook Lynn surprises Chase with how she handles things. If she puts the well-being of others before her own personal agenda, will Chase see Brook Lynn for who sue truly is?

Is Chase destined to be the one that got away? Or will Brook Lynn’s selfless act

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