Will General Hospital try an old romance novel tactic with Trina and Spencer ?

Cheryl E Preston

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Will Sprina be as predictable as a romance novel?

Women of a certain age will recall the old-school romance novels that were popular in the 1980s. The Harlequin Romance books were best sellers and the love stories often had a common theme. Now it looks like General Hospital may borrow this decades-old plot to use for Trina Robinsons (Tabyana Ali) and Spencer Cassadine (Nicholas Chaves).

In the world of romance, there would be a couple who married for reasons other than love but by the end of the novel realized that they indeed were truly in love with one another. General Hospital seems poised to possibly create such a storyline for Sprina. Spencer and Trina began pretending they were dating in order to draw out the hook killer on the night that Britt Westbourne (Kelly Thiebaud) was "hooked." They have remained close and now Spencer needs to ensure he can gain custody of his baby brother or sister once the child is born.

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The relationship between Sprina is complicated and Trina is not always on board with the ideas. On Friday he shows the tape of his dad's confession to Nikolas which will cause pandemonium to break k out with all involved. Spencer comes up with but there is one that might intrigue her. She might say yes if Spencer asks her to marry him in order to have a stable family for the baby that belongs to Esme Prince (Avery Kristna Pohl) and Nikolas Cassadine (Marcus Coloma). Adam Huss has filled in for the final scenes on General Hospital that Coloma reportedly refused so some type of end is coming for the character.

Once Prince Nick is off the scene Esme will surely be labeled unfit to raise a child and if Spencer marries Trina he stands a good chance of gaining custody. If General Hospital goes down the romance novel path Sprina will start out by saying they are looking out for the baby and in time eventually admit they are in love. Stay tuned to find out if this theory becomes a reality or the writers come up with something else.

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