Young and the Restless spoilers reveal Sally Spectra bursts Adam Newman's bubble. It seems the redhead realizes the need to draw the line before things get out of hand between them. Can she stand by her decision?
Young and the Restless: Sally Makes Tough Decision?
On Monday's episode of Young and the Restless, Sally Spectra makes up her mind about Adam Newman's job offer. The redhead meets her ex at Crimson Lights and turns him down.
Sally points out that they can never work together, but Adam disagrees. He thinks rejecting such a "once-in-a-lifetime chance" is a terrible idea.
Adam assumes Nick Newman influenced Sally's decision to refuse the offer. However, she reiterates that she makes her own choice and that his brother has nothing to do with it.
Young and the Restless spoilers add Adam Newman reminisces his time with Sally Spectra at Newman Media. He hopes they could have that again at McCall Unlimited.
However, Sally claims she wants different things now and that her decision is final. She's not going to let a Newman sign her and Chloe's paycheck ever again.
Adam says he understands her decision, adding that there's nothing he doesn't respect about her. But Sally cuts him short, saying he can't say things like that.
Sally Sets Boundaries?
Adam Newman admits that it feels like nothing has changed despite the fact that he's no longer with Sally Spectra. Young and the Restless spoilers say the redhead reminds him that things are definitely not the same and doesn't want him to lose sight of it.
Sally maintains they have boundaries and should stick with them. She only wants Adam to be a father to their daughter, nothing more.
Sally reiterates that the kid is his, but she's with Nick. She also encourages Adam to move on from her, but it might be easier said than done.
Young and the Restless: Sally Wants Adam to Move On?
Added Young and the Restless spoilers say Sally Spectra asks Adam Newman to find a way to let her go. She believes he can still be overjoyed about their daughter, even from afar.
Sally hopes they can come up with a suitable setup that works for all four of them. She believes distancing herself from Adam is for the best and hopes he'll agree with her.
Later, Nick professes his love to Sally, much to her surprise. He promises that nobody will keep her from him, not even his family. Are things getting far more serious between Nick and Sally?