- Love: "Unfit! Because of you... Yeah. And it's all your fault."
- Toni: "My fault? My fault?"
- Love: "I can't believe the sacrifices I've made for this town! And do you know what my weakness has been the entire time...? Humility! Hahaha! And now I'm ruined! BANKRUPT! $ 20 million dollars in the hole. Gone... bankrupt... done... Arrivederci! BANKRUPT!"
- —Donald Love snaps after losing the election and going bankrupt due to being affiliated with Toni Cipriani
Love on the Rocks is a mission in Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories given to protagonist Toni Cipriani by Donald Love from Donald Love's construction site in Bedford Point, Staunton Island, Liberty City.
Toni drops by Donald Love's, who informs him that Miles O'Donovan has evidence connecting him to Salvatore Leone. Toni agrees to retrieve the evidence and meets one of Donald's men at the underpass in Newport. He informs Toni that the evidence is being guarded in Staunton's dockland area by some of O'Donovan's men. Toni enters the complex, killing all of O'Donovan's men and taking the van back to the garage at Donald's apartment. Toni goes inside to tell Donald, who informs Toni that he has been beaten by O'Donovan in the race to become Mayor of Liberty City and has gone bankrupt.
In order to complete the mission the player must:
- Meet Donald Love's man under the overpass in Newport
- Go and steal the van containing the evidence
- Take the van to the drop off point
Post Mission Phone Calls
Toni Cipriani: Yeah?
Leon McAffrey: Hey, tough guy. It's McAffrey. The Feds have caught up with your boss, Salvatore. And they're real pissed. He's gonna take the heat for every crime in this city. So, we never met. Understood?
Salvatore Leone: Toni...?
Toni Cipriani: Sal? Is that you?
Salvatore Leone: Ay, shut up! I'm speaking to my lawyer here! Toni? ...I mean er ...Lionel? Listen. They got me. Can you believe it? I'm up shit creek without a paddle. So get your ass over here, there's stuff I need you to take care of.
Toni Cipriani: ...Lionel?
There is no monetary reward for completing the mission, though the mission Rough Justice is unlocked. The player may now access Shoreside Vale and save their game at the Shoreside Vale safehouse. It is now also possible for the player to attain a six-star wanted level.
- In the PSP version of the game, there's no "Mission Passed" message appearing after this mission. However, the PS2 and the iOS version has it. There's still no reward whatsoever, though.
- The name of this mission might be a reference to Neil Diamond's song Love on The Rocks, as a pun to describe the dire situation that Donald Love is.