Eve’s husband Niko is strong, moral and appreciates the simple things in life. He was born in England to Polish immigrant parents and grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. He has an aversion to violence, and can’t understand Eve’s fascination with darkness and criminality. He’s smart, wildly compassionate and though he perhaps can’t admit it to himself, prefers his wife in a boring desk job than in close proximity to danger.
Deep down he knows there is something darker living in Eve. He dislikes her flippant humor towards violence, her fascination with assassins, how impressed she is with them, her dark-humored jokes and her “how would you kill me and how would you dispose of my body” conversation topics don’t do it for him.
As a couple, they are practical and loving. They speak regularly and tell each other everything. He is a reliable old wall, standing solidly behind her. She doesn’t even need to check behind her to know he is there, a habit she may regret.