These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
YMMV: Night World
Alternative Character Interpretation: Hannah Snow of Soulmates. Is she a tragic Woobie who's been mercilessly killed since prehistory by a Yandere Vampiress, and manipulated into believing her Soulmate Thierry killed her every time? Or is she a complete Jerkass who holds the Idiot Ball for far too long to justify her own insecurities over her feelings for Thierry?
It certainly doesn't help matter that she chooses to remain human at the end of Soulmates despite the neverending heartache both Thierry and herself had experienced for thousands of years, and actually seems to look forward to having future reincarnations, while fully aware and even acknowledging that Thierry will suffer through her deaths every single time.
Narm: Quite a few silly bits, but special mention has to be made of the covert SWAT team in Witchlight who drive around on their secret missions in a white limousine. At one stage they even illegally park it on the footpath.
Values Dissonance: "It is fine for Night World inhabitants to treat humans in whatever way they please (because they're special and not bound by morality)..."
Unfortunate Implications: Male werewolves are portrayed as stupid, constantly insulted by Vampires such as James and Ash and are treated like an much lower class. When an Female werewolf is introduced, she's portrayed in a positive light as smart, an top assassin even though she's still in her mid-teens and is praised by one of the oldest vampires ever!
If you're an Harman by your father instead of your mother, You have no right to use the last name and therefore don't get much respect from other witches.
The Woobie: Thierry, He accidentally kills his Soulmate during an fit of rage against an tribe and spends the rest of his life searching for her while mentally beating himself up for what he did.
Delos also counts since he was treated as an weapon instead of an person since childhood when he was discovered at an young age as an Wild Power.