Ugly Love, Colleen Hoover
I hate this book. This is the only novel that I have ever given a one star on Goodreads. I despised the main heroine (Tate). She was treated like a doormat by the leading male character (Miles) and she actually didn't mind it. Tate was the most weak female lead I have ever read. She was whiny, gullible and completely and utterly stupid. I felt more connected to Miles and Rachel's (Miles's first love) relationship than I was to Tate and Miles's. I get that the love story had to be "ugly", but this was toxic and unhealthy. I felt overwhelmed while reading this book. I just couldn't put up with Miles's bullshit. Even at the end I didn't think his feelings were sincere.

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Yeah, every sensible woman would have run away, but no Tate lets try to save him, while he is ruining you

Anna and the French Kiss, Stephanie Perkins
Etienne is one of the biggest douchebags (except Miles who is ranked first) I have ever encountered in a book. He is the epitome of a fuckboy. But the main heroine (Anna) does not mind it in the least. Etienne has the perfect girlfriend but still messes around with other girls and mainly with our deer Anna. Anna, who is a literal hypocrite, judges every single female that comes near her beloved Etienne, while in the meantime she is trying to lure him. At the end Etienne leaves his girlfriend after fooling around for nearly an year with Anna (and others) and starts a relationship with her.

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I started the second book about Lola, but I read the first chapters where the she was forcing herself to have sex with her boyfriend and I just couldn't put up with that shit

Cherry Crush, Cathy Cassidy
I read this book in 6th grade and I found it too cheesy even though I liked literally everything I read back in those days. To begin with the characters had the most ridiculous names ever. For example: Cherry, Marshmallow, Honey. Who in their right mind would name his children like that?? The main heroine Cherry was a whiny brat. I liked Honey (her stepsister) more even though she was depicted as the bitchy queen bee. I felt sorry for her at the end when her boyfriend, Shay, cheats on her with her Cherry. This girl risked her family's peace and happiness because of her "first love" . Okay, I have problem with cheating. I don't understand it. If you don't love somebody and don't want to be with him, why not just live him/her? Why do you have to hurt and deign him/her?

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Hell, yeah

Bel-Ami, Guy de Maupassant
I was made to read this book because we were studying it at school. I was the only one in my class who didn't like it. I hated the main character (Georges Duroy). He is the most uncultured immoral manipulative brute ever. And the women are even worse. I have never read about more foolish and naive females. I learned one thing by this book. If you want to succeed in life, you don't have to be skilled or talented. You have to be like Duroy and the world is in your feet. But maybe I'm not "deep" or "mature" enough to appreciate this "masterpiece".

Anna Karenina, Leo Tolstoy
I actually quite enjoyed this book and I would have finished it if it wasn't for the ending. Like always I hadn't even read half of the book when I spoiled myself. I had read the first part and I was so invested in the story. I have this bad habit of reading the sentence of the last page of every single book. But back then I didn't want to spoil myself, so I opened like a hundred pages before the end. And what should I my eyes fall upon? I read the worlds train, rail and Anna and I just threw the book across the room...

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Why, Vronsky? WHY???