by Fritz Diantan
(3.50 from 2 reviews)
A mental illness, a source of weakness, a sign of cowardice... that is how Dante defines love after almost losing his life because of it. And for years, he forcibly taught this lesson to the people he was hired to seduce as a love assassin, a destroyer of relationships. But it seems that even a man with a broken soul is not immune to emotions he has no control over.