Will Maxie Fall For Peter?

For a long while, GEN­ERAL HOSPI­TAL’S Maxie felt noth­ing but ha­tred and dis­trust to­ward Peter. But now that her stance is soft­en­ing, might she even be open to the pos­si­bil­ity of fall­ing for the hunk?

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The In Depth Story: Back when no one knew who Peter was, he was the only per­son Maxie let get close to her and thus, the one who sup­por ted her through the loss of her hus­band — his brother, Nathan. “As ca­sual as it may have seemed on the sur­face, the tragedy that brought them to­gether and the in­ten­sity of the emo­tion in the af­ter­math was such a strong bond­ing ex­pe­ri­ence,” sug­gests Peter’s por­trayer, Wes Ram­sey. “I don’t think Peter had any idea that was go­ing to hap­pen, at all — nor Maxie. It came out of nowhere.

“That’s one of the in­ter­est­ing things about life,” he adds. “Some of the most in­cred­i­ble con­nec­tions we make hap­pen in a way that makes us think we never could have seen it coming.”

While the re­veal of Peter’s true iden­tity left Maxie reel­ing, she’s since put the bit­ter­ness and anger be­hind her and ac­cepted him back into her life. Mean­while, hav­ing fa­mil­ial con­nec­tions has been a game changer for Fai­son’s son, and Maxie’s found an in­cred­i­ble con­fi­dant and friend. But might this turn into an ac­tual ro­mance? “There’s some­thing there,” hedges Kirsten Storms, who plays Nathan’s widow. “I don’t know what’s in the fu­ture for them, but they’re mak­ing so much of how Peter feels about her. And I’ve spent a lot of the time Maxie’s not with Peter talk­ing about him. So that has to mean some­thing.”

And for the record, the fact that Peter is Nathan’s brother may ac­tu­ally work in his fa­vor. “Be­fore Maxie knew they were re­lated, she told Nina there was some­thing about him that re­minded her of Nathan,” Storms adds. “She sees sim­i­lar­i­ties in them. And that’s ap­peal­ing to her.”

“The tragedy that brought them to­gether… was such a strong bond­ing ex­pe­ri­ence.”

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