Mr. Rochester from Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte
Mr. Rochester is supposed to be some kind of dreamboat on a similar level with Mr. Darcy from Pride & Prejudice. But to me, his romance with Jane is just plain creepy. First of all,**SPOILERS** he is married!!! And not only, that he probably drove his wife to insanity. If that isn't slimy enough, how about the fact that Jane is a teenager and he is old enough to be her father? Maybe because I read Jane Eyre as an adult rather than a lovesick teen, but no, Mr. Rochester did not do it for me. I mean after all his lies, deceptions, abuses, and secrets why would Jane even want to be with him? Oh that's right, money. He has money. Give it 10 years Jane, you'll be living in the attic talking to a sock puppet, while he's out finding the next young housemaid.
Edward Cullen from Twilight Saga by Stephanie Meyer
RIP Alan Rickman but Professor Snape was a piece of work. **SPOILER** Even though he does end up saving Harry in the end, he sure made Harry's time at Hogwarts a living hell. And why? Because Harry's father married his mother 20 years earlier. Really Snape? You torture a child for years because his mother didn't pick you? Wow. You may need some therapy or maybe at least a profile on Match.com because it's time to move on. Try to smile, you do have some redeeming qualities.
Prim Everdeen from The Hunger Games Trilogy by Suzanne Collins
Jace Wayland from The Mortal Instruments Series by Cassandra Clare
So, the cocky bad-boy thing just doesn't do it for me anymore. Maybe when I was younger I would have been into Jace, but holy-moly does he need knocked down a peg or seven. Personally, I think Simon would have been a much better choice for Clary in the first book. But some how we are supposed to fall in love with Jace because he is a knight-in-shining-armor wrapped in a tattoo coated jerk shell rather than the best friend that is kind and loving. Sorry Jace, I'm over it. Plus the whole is he or isn't her her brother thing... gross.
Jo March from Little Women by Louisa May Alcott
Tris Prior from the Divergent Series by Veronica Roth
Alaska Young from Looking for Alaska by John Green
Romeo & Juliet from Romeo & Juliet by William Shakespeare
Tell me some characters you love to hate.