Recently, members of Team H&H got in a
n argument healthy discussion, about flawed characters. It's something that many authors have to walk the fine line with—to the point that it becomes the Goldilocks syndrome of “just right.” We want character that are flawed and imperfect and human, but still redeemable, because while that a**hat at your coffee shop surely has a great story... he's stil an a**hat and you don't necessarily want to read a book about him.
Has there been times when a character is too flawed? Can they be flawed in a quirky way? Where do you draw the line?
Tell us about it in the comments!