Firstly, I'm guessing you all know a little about Cathy and Heathcliff, with a lot of the TV/Film version portraying Heathcliff as this anti-hero worthy of our love. All I'm going to say is NO. If you read this novel, which I hope you do, you will not find the characters you are expecting. They are all troubled, much like the environment and you find that you can't put this novel down because one disaster leads to another. Something I apparently love in a novel, oops.
Bronte uses a fragmentive nattative technique, with the narration coming from Lockwood, an outsider to the whole place, but coming from Nelly, the maid of Wuthering Heights who has been there throughout the whole time. This narration I found quite difficult at first but then it settles down when you continue into the story. Of course there is a romance somewhere in this novel, but the romance of Cathy and Heathcliff is a backstory to the journey of Heathcliff and how it effects all his decisions.
I don't want to give away too much about the characters but don't expect to love them like you think you should. I put this book down, full of love and admiration for Emily Bronte, but not the characters. I can't find one appealing characteristic to any of them, they constantly made me angry, and none of them were actually nice people. It's funny how such a classic can give you characters you dislike, maybe even hate (I'm looking at you Heathcliff!)