Well....Bees has a thing for Azelma/Montparnasse, so she tends to write that pairing.
I've adopted Azelma, because of exactly that reason--even Victor Hugo seems to forget about her! She's just sort of THERE, but she doesn't really have any important things to do. It seems to me like Vic created her just so all the Thenardiers get to boss SOMEONE around. But despite the fact that she's a very minor charecter, to me her personality comes through; she's above all a child, so she obeys like a child, sulks like a child, and is not above a child's temper tantrums or brattiness. We do see her teasing and disobeying her father a bit at the end. And then, after the rest of the Thenardier family is killed off, she and her father seem to get a happy ending. She and her father go to America and become rich.
I've written a few things from Azelma's point of view, because, well, SOMEONE needed to! Azelma needs love!
Rivers belong where they can ramble...