One thing I am fretting a bit is the romance angle in the book. I think Jacob's desire for Jael is very clear and realistic. I'm a guy, I understand what it's like to love someone 'out of your league'. I just hope Jael's chapters ring true. Fortunately, most of my first readers are women. If I'm screwing her POV up, I'm sure they'll let me know.
Another thing I'm fussing about, is making sure something 'happens' in each chapter. I said before that I want/need all my scenes to do multiple things: Reveal character, build the world, advance the plot. Sometimes I worry that I'm only hitting two of those. I also feel like I need more conflict in some of the quieter 'personal' chapters. On the other hand, maybe after some extremely action-filled scenes, it's right and proper to slow things down and let the character's deal with the aftermath of fear, death and raw emotion. We do in the real world and I'm not writing a Thriller-paced novel. For better or worse.
Still, like Jacob, I can see the peak, now I just need to climb it. Good stuff still ahead, battle, love, sex and the pain of losing a loved one.