Love. What is love?
The only love Kayla knows is family, and even that is rare. Gino is the destroyer of love. William has fallen in love, he loved before, but in the end, he had killed the very ones he claimed to love. Gino had ripped loved ones open and bled them dry and never thought twice about it and never once looked back. Kyle had painted entire cities in blood and, in doing so, had torn families apart and had been hunted for it, yet all have failed.
Love is a monster; it makes one weak.
Yet they had fallen in love. What kind of men are they? They are not men . . . They are monsters—monsters that all fear. William is a monster who love cannot fix. Kyle is a monster who one has nightmares about. Gino is a monster who make all those creatures that go bump in the night afraid. They are the ones who should be feared.