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- Mr. Darcy from Pride & Prejudice – Okay, so I haven’t read this…but I’ve read sections, watched most of the movies…and I don’t get it. In fact that only version of Darcy I’ve ever liked was Wishbone’s and it’s pretty damn hard to hate a dog that cute. I feel like I’m missing why he’s so swoon-worthy, considering he spends most of the story being an elitist jerk.
- Edward from Twilight – What a gigantic sparkly ball of pathetic…I’m all for romanticized, humanized vampires (case in point Lestat, Armand, etc.) but this is just…weird.
- Han Solo from any of the Star Wars books – Okay technically he was a movie character first, but he’s in plenty of the extended universe books…and my god I hate this man. Loathe him. And yet everyone loves him, but to me he will always be a loser who refuses to mature. Yes, he does some awesome stuff and has epic adventures but ugh.
- Braden Carmichael from On Dublin Street – This guy did everything but piss on the woman’s leg. I don’t do ultra-alpha males. I like alpha males, but the moment they start trying to mark territory that doesn’t exist I start envision them being hit by a car.
- Adam from Shatter Me – He was sweet and loyal…and then he became this secretly controlling and condescending person that I just couldn’t get behind.
- Mal from Shadow and Bone – I liked him in book one, though he took a while to get use to…but book two I basically wanted to shove him into a snowbank and bury him there.
- Wren (and most of the other sid characters) in Fangirl – I spent most of the book lothing Cath’s twin sister and the friends they made. They spent a long time being insensitive jerks.
- Rachael from Dead Witch Rising – For a girl who is supposed to be a badass she spent way too much time cowering for no reason whenever her roommate showed up, smiled, or paid attention to her.
- Everyone from City of Bones -I don’t know…the first book was interesting, but the second one became tedious, and the characters became frustrating and hard to like.
- Patch from Hush, Hush – What even…By the time I fiished reading this I firmly cementing the mental image of a pirate dog with angel wings just to make me like him more.