Love It/hate It
Let the powers that be know how you feel about the stories they’re telling Hot Topic: Maya’s Insecurity!
Though we realize Maya’s stratagem to send Nicole and Zende to Paris on THE BOLD & THE BEAUTIFUL was a plot device to deal with the departure of Rome Flynn (Zende), it’s still the sort of duplicity that pales only in compari- son to the “death sentence” Dollar Bill bestowed upon his niece! Maya’s now made her sister irate by pulling the strings with her husband to remedy Nicole and Lizzy’s closeness. On the other hand, it is Paris to which Nicole has been banished — not a North Korean gulag! Though some could argue that Maya has gone too far, we can’t deny that a bit of distance between Nicole and her birth daughter might help her accept the difficult realities of this adoption — but it ought to be a decision she makes, not something arising out of Maya’s machinations!
What An Ingrate!
Maya has a lot of nerve. After everything Nicole did for her, this is how she behaves? It’s downright shameful. I hope Nicole comes back and reclaims that child! Betty Maison via E-mail
I can’t blame Maya for feeling like she does. It’s so obvious that Nicole is bonding too much with Lizzy. I think having her go away for a while would be good for all concerned. Marti Crane via Soaps In Depth Facebook page
Give Her A Break!
If Maya was any kind of mother and sister, she would accept and love that Nicole and Lizzy have a bond. Nicole gave birth to her! Nikki Partain-araiza via Soaps In Depth Facebook page
A Simpler Solution?
I can’t believe how petty Maya is being. Why can’t she just talk to Nicole and tell her of her concerns? No, she would rather go behind her back. What is wrong with Maya? Jeanne Wise via Soaps In Depth Facebook page
Mountains Out Of Mole Hills
Of course Nicole and Lizzy have a bond, but the baby knows Maya as her mama. Maya really shouldn’t borrow trouble. Shawna Hudson via Soaps In Depth Facebook page
Too Close For Comfort
Nicole needs to be away from the everyday attachment to Lizzy. Distance may be good. Jo Frazier via Soaps In Depth Facebook page
“Either way, it’s still my grandchild, so I’m good.”