I echo AdamBo's sentiments about getting to tear into a story some more, albeit a different story.
As I mentioned about fictional characters I hate, the main character of "Subjugation" by Fel is horrible. And people might wonder why I read the whole long (overly long) first book (turns out there's a bunch more of the stories, but I couldn't even get too far into the second one due to some stuff about homosexuality that was, ironically, F-ed in the A).
In fact, my review of the story might still be the longest on the site, even after I edited it some to try and account for the fact that at least part of my dislike was how badly they wasted the premise. Even trying to be objective, I hated it.
Earth surrenders to a hyper-advanced alien race that happens to be dominated by females, without even a fight. It sounds so good at first, but there's so much wrong. There's a lot to explore there with the idea of having been conquered, something that the U.S. hasn't had to look at. It's the kind of thing that makes people consider their place in things. On top of that, a lot of our media has the idea of fighting off alien conquerors, because to conquer us implicitly bad. Except these guys bring all these great benefits to earth, too, and what's it say when a people might be better off conquered? That's not even counting the exploration of being part of a civilization with radically different views on dominant sexes.
Not that the story bothers. They basically just write it off by saying that the women of the alien race are basically like guys, but heterosexual females. They don't even make much hay over the idea that a college student gets challenged to a brawl by an alien marine, with the marine saying she'll force him to walk back to his dorm naked except for a collar and high heels if he loses.
Another opportunity missed is the lack of armed resistance. I can see nations deciding not to go to war, for the most part. But apparently there isn't any armed resistance whatsoever, by any non-government organizations, militias, lone wolves, etc.. My mind immediately goes to Afghanistan, one of the least conquerable places on Earth, and how they definitely wouldn't put up with a race of heathen alien women taking over without firing a shot. North Korea apparently doesn't lift a finger or go into hiding in tunnels, or anything. In fact, the place with the most resistance of any kind is supposedly the rugged, independent (former) United States. Cue the eyerolling.
It's not the only time the person utterly screws up realistic geopolitics, though my most hated example is a bit of a spoiler later on that thoroughly makes the main character a Hero In Name Only. The story's kind of an affront to realism, actually. Sure, there's a bit of a nod at the idea that resistance types don't like that some humans are telepaths, but we never see any more friction come of it. What we do see is a drawn-out investigation where the long-lived, blue-skinned alien Faey are revealed to be...the basis of the myths of the Fae!
If one of your plot's key mysteries could have been solved by a kid that accidentally left a letter off, maybe it shouldn't be that big of a reveal. That's why I don't even consider this one a spoiler.
On top of that, one of the things that really pissed me off is that the author's forums have someone posting a link to Top Web Fiction urging fans of the guy's other stories to go and keep upvoting it on there. IF they want to get him to submit any good stories and vote them, that'd be one thing, but don't just upvote whatever he writes just because he wrote it, regardless of quality.
And if anyone wants to call me bitter about that last point, that's still a more realistic reaction than most of what you'd find in that damn story.