'The Bold And The Beautiful' Spoilers: Quinn Might Injure Ivy To Conceal Ridge's Acts
Fans of "The Bold and the Beautiful" are wondering about the extent to which Quinn (Rena Sofer) will act to conceal her secrets. Ivy (Ashleigh Brewer) is aware of the secret dealings of Ridge (Thorsten Kaye) and Quinn. Will she refuse to divulge the details then? "The Bold and the Beautiful" spoilers indicate that Ivy is waiting to reveal the details to Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) in the week of February 20, 2017.
Ivy in "The Bold and the Beautiful" is mulling about whether she should continue to remain loyal to Quinn, or permit Brooke to marry Ridge without understanding the real facts. Ivy is pretty deeply involved with Uncle Eric (John McCook). It is not clear whether Quinn's excuses for her behavior would suffice. Would Ivy still continue to keep Eric in the dark? Quinn wants Ivy to keep her secrets, according to TVOM.
Quinn would not spare efforts to get whatever she wants in "The Bold and the Beautiful." As she is the lady of the manor, she wants to reinstall her picture over the mantle after the wedding of Zende and Nicole. Moreover, she really feels deeply for Eric.
Quinn's dark side emerges quickly in "The Bold and the Beautiful." At first, she harbors some fantasy regarding the killing of Katie (Heather Tom). Then she givens into her self-destructive characteristics when she kisses Ridge. It shows that Quinn gets out of control. However, it is not clear whether she is willing to take some steps to maintain the status quo. She holds Ridge's future in her hands, according to Soaps.
Things might pose a danger for Ivy in "The Bold and the Beautiful." As Quinn pushed Ivy into the Seine River in Paris, in order to help Wyatt (Daren Brooks) and Hope's (Kim Matula) romantic escapades, she might decide to repeat the act for her own love life too.
Deacon (Sean Kanan) in "The Bold and the Beautiful" manages to live through his meeting with Quinn after he issued a threat, deciding to give her up for kidnapping Liam (Scott Clifton).