So the first review came in yesterday and overall, I think it's quite positive. Of course, I don't much care for the "melodramatic cliches" quip. For the record, I did a google search for the phrase they referenced, exactly 1 hit showed up, so how cliche can it really be?
I think the reviewer really understood what I was trying to do with the book. I found the observation about Hindley's character to be interesting. I would say the reviewer's impression has more to do with the fact the book is told in observation from two other characters' points of view. His character is one dimensional per each's perception because that's how they see him. Though, when considered from the two different points of view, I think he does have more depth.
All in all...a good start :)