Bloodshot (Cheshire Red Reports, #1)

Bloodshot (Cheshire Red Reports, #1) - Cherie Priest This wasn't the worst book I've ever read, but it was pretty hard to get through. I liked the snark, but there was too much, I got sick of her trying to decide which pronoun was appropriate, I didn't like the transitions very much, I didn't feel connected (or attached) to any character at any time, and thought that Raylene made an awful lot of mistakes (and generally acted like an idiot) for someone who was supposed to be such a pro. I think this could have benefited from a little less snark (and tangents) and lot more digging into the story to make me feel invested. I love snark btw, just not so much that it seems like the author is trying to hard.

I'm not a fan of vampire books, with a few exceptions of course (Cat and Bones), but I had bought a steampunk book by this author and wanted to get a taste of her style. I'm still keeping an open mind even though this book was a failure for me.