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Meet Nina's 'General Hospital' Partner in Crime, Rosalie Martinez

General Hospital's Rosalie (Linda Elena Tovar) on the prowl.
There is a new eligible young lady in Port Charles, and her name is Rosalie Martinez (played by actress Linda Elena Tovar). When Nurse Rosalie isn't busy plotting with loony Nina Clay (Michelle Stafford) Rosalie is at the local bar looking for a quick drink, and flirting with the sexy Nathan West (Ryan Paevey). Or was he flirting with her? Rosalie may need to be careful though because she is well aware of Nina's infamous list, and what happens once you're on it.

Nina may not be very pleased with Rosalie hanging out with her brother/cousin. Nathan's sex appeal could win Rosalie over, and who knows what secrets she could reveal in the heat of the moment? Nina has already threatened to put her on the list once, and it certainly seems that once you make the list, there isn't any way to get off of it (like the mob!).

Rosalie to Nina: "I'm down with that, yeah!"
Rosalie can probably hold her own though as she seems feisty, sarcastic and, possibly, quite lethal. Although not as deranged as Nina (we wouldn't want Nina any other way), she certainly has a questionable moral code. When Nina informed Rosalie of her plans for Sam (Kelly Monaco), she replied, "I'm down with that," without any hesitation.

Actress Linda Elena Tovar is a fabulous addition to the growing General Hospital ensemble. It isn't easy holding your own with Michelle Stafford but she has made it seem effortless.

What does General Hospital have planned for the new girl in town? She will be pretty busy scheming with Nina, but let's hope she has plenty of alcohol on hand, and manages to have at least one night of passion with Nathan. She has earned it!

Ryan Paevey plays Detective Nathan West on General Hospital.

Comments

Roger Newcomb said…
I like Rosalie with Morgan.

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