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The Bold and the Beautiful: Quinn and Deacon's Engagement

Updated on March 26, 2015
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Their Past

Quinn was drowning her sorrows at a bar when Deacon came up to her to keep her company. She gave him the brush off and assumed he was a bar patron trying to get lucky. Quinn’s interest in Deacon changed when she learned that he was the father of Hope Logan, her son’s girlfriend at the time.

Realizing he could be a huge help to her, Quinn roped Deacon into convincing his daughter to stay with her son, Wyatt. Deacon agreed and after a heart-to-heart talk with his daughter, Hope decided to give her relationship with Wyatt another shot.

Once their children’s relationship was back on track, Quinn and Deacon teamed up to break up their Bill and Brooke so they could reunite with their exes.

Their Present

With Deacon permanently staying in Los Angeles, Quinn invited him to move in with her much to the dismay of their children. Hope and Wyatt protested the living arrangement from the beginning, but Quinn and Deacon shrugged off their concern.

As Deacon settled into his new digs, he and Quinn began plotting to break up Bill and Brooke. While, Bill and Brooke did eventually split, Deacon and Quinn didn't succeed in their plans to reunite with their exes.

During this time Deacon and Quinn began to grow closer, however their relationship was filled with problems. Hope suffered a miscarriage and blamed Quinn for the loss of her baby. Quinn was torn up over the lose of her grandchild and Deacon was angry, but he eventually forgave her.

Their friendship soon turned romantic and the couple were hitting the sheets and becoming one of the show’s hottest couples.

Their Future

After months of dating, Deacon popped the question to his lady love, who happily accepted. Their engagement was met with shock from Brooke and Wyatt, who begged them not to go through it.

While Quinn’s busy making wedding plans, unbeknownst to her Deacon’s helping his AA friend, who just happens to be his ex, Brooke Logan. Quinn's jealousy towards Brooke is well-known, and their confrontations ended with Brooke getting slapped.

Quinn's past has shown that she has a fiery temper and will do anything to get what she wants so Brooke and Deacon better watch out.

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