Darkfever  - Karen Marie Moning Clever, interesting and action-packed, Darkfever far succeeded my expectations. It had a well-thought out plot that never lost sight of the cause (Mac never stopped thinking about Alina - super great!) and characters that made me smile even if they were a little extreme.
Mac was very annoying at first because it was the never ending internal monologue that gushed Mac's prettiness and her love of pastels and how perfect her life had been pre-sister murder. The internal monologue never stopped and it took me a while to realise that Mac is telling the story in a narrative way, and she's looking at it in hindsight. Once I had that in my mind I wasn't so much like, 'what in the fuck is that pathetic use of foreshadowing..."
However, Mac quickly matured and she learned to be tough and her behaviour never screamed STUPID! STUPID! It was all lovely and realistic. Or as realistic as a fae novel can be.

Jericho Barrons is great! And even better (view spoiler) He's also pretty attractive and mysterious in a way that I'm thinking 'see! That is mysteriously attractive! Not some sort of quasi-criminal out of a shitty YA novel.

Really, all other characters seemed minor though I'm sure V'lane and all the baddies will come into it.
So, yes I greatly enjoyed Darkfever and since I've heard the rest of the series just gets better, I'm looking forward to reading the rest of them.