Have you ever noticed that not a lot of writers, mostly screenwriters, don't let the antagonist be in love? Sure, he has some main squeeze that he "loves", but he's ready to abandon her in a heartbeat. When she dies in the crossfire, he doesn't even stop to say goodbye.
Is that because it would make him human? Are people that afraid of liking a villain? Is there a law somewhere that says evil can't love?
Not that all antagonists should be head-over-heels in love. Some really are cold bastards. They really would use their girlfriend as a human shield.
But every now and then, it might be nice to sigh wistfully at the villains romance.