Clockwork Century series? Cherie Priest is very good at crafting a multi-faceted novel, and making it work. The narration is snarky and funny. The plot is different than anything I've read lately, and was interesting. The twists and turns helped keep it lively. Notably, unlike most urban fantasy vampire books, the protagonist is not in bed with someone in the first 30 pages of the book. While I must admit that I enjoy well-placed, well-written smut as much as the next person, its absence isn't missed. Overall, Bloodshot is a fun romp, and I'd recommend it to fans of Cherie Priest, vampires, snarky narrators and urban fantasy.
I didn't know exactly what to expect. I've liked the other works by Cherie Priest that I have read, but I didn't really picture her writing a vampire book. I'm glad she did, because I really enjoyed it. It's a dark urban fantasy comedy thriller vampire conspiracy book. If that sounds like a lot to pack into one book, may I direct you the Priest's