The Bold and the Beautiful (B&B) spoilers suggest that no woman is good enough for Sheila Carter’s (Kimberlin Brown) son Dr. John “Finn” Finnegan (Tanner Novlan).
Anyone who has a relationship with him will just get in the way of their bond. It doesn’t matter if it’s Steffy Forrester (Jaqueline MacInnes Wood) or someone else.
The Bold And The Beautiful Spoilers – Sheila Carter Believes Steffy Forrester Is A Threat
The Bold and the Beautiful spoilers suggest that Sheila believes that Steffy is a threat. She told Deacon Sharpe (Sean Kanan) that she believes that Steffy told Finn to say all his things to his mother.
Sheila doesn’t believe that Finn feels this way about her. She feels that Steffy is an obstacle who’s in the way of her relationship with her son.
The user lovely rita posted on the SoapCentral.com Messages Boards: “Sheila tells Deacon Steffy made Finn say all those things to his mother. Sheila says that Steffy yelled and screamed at Finn to do what she wanted.
Steffy demanded Finn to tell Sheila to leave and never come back. Steffy made him say all that to his mother. Finn would not do that to his mother if not for Steffy.”
Sheila feels that her relationship with her son would be different if it wasn’t for Steffy. The Bold and the Beautiful spoilers suggest that Steffy’s in the way of their relationship.
Some fans noted that he looked constipated during that scene as he held back on telling Sheila to leave their house.
Others argued that Sheila shouldn’t be to blame for feeling that way. Finn hugged her behind Steffy’s back. He acts differently when his wife isn’t around.
Then, Steffy demands Finn to tell his biological mom to leave their home. This is confusing to their relationship.
B&B Spoilers – No Woman Is Good Enough For Sheila Carter’s Son?
However, the Bold and the Beautiful spoilers suggest that no woman would ever be good enough for Sheila’s son.
She claims that she found unconditional love with Finn. That would mean that any woman that Finn falls in love with would get in the way of their relationship.
Sheila would work hard to keep them apart. She doesn’t like the idea of being away from her son and her grandson.
It has nothing to do with Steffy or the Forresters this time around. Sheila wants love so badly that she wants to experience it with her son.
What are your thoughts? Do you believe that no woman is good enough for Sheila’s son? Or, do you think Sheila just has a problem with Steffy? Sound off below in the comment section.