Wow! I am speechless! What a twisty, turny tale you weave, Ms. Moning. For two whole days I was sequestered in a Shadowfever stupor screaming, “Oh my Gawd!” “No Way!” “Didn’t see that coming!” and “Oh my Gawd!” yet again. I looked at my updates and those that know me know that I update frequently – this time my only updates were “Intense” and “K’Vrucked.”I discovered the Fever series last year and thanks to all the Goodreads friends that recommended this series. I have had so much fun reading these books. It has been a wonderful ride. I now tell everyone that they have to read these books.This was an excellent way to end a series. So many surprises. So many villains. What I loved about this book is that nothing was as it seemed. Just when I thought I had figured something out, something else surprised me. Throw in a few highlanders and their wives just to satisfy those of us who spent the entire last few months speculating.The best part of these books has been the characters. I love Mac and how she developed as a character. From Pretty in Pink Mac of the first book straight through to Mac 5.0, I enjoyed her growth from a naïve tourist to a strong, determined young woman. And Barrons – let’s face it, most of us are reading this series for Barrons. YUM.Favorite quote: "You’re Mac,” he says. And I’m Jericho. Nothing else matters. Never will. You exist in a place that is beyond all rules for me. Do you understand that?” I do. Jericho Barrons just told me he loves me. I’m looking forward to the spin off series. In the meantime, I plan to re-read Shadowfever slowly so that I can savor each moment.