I’m one of those people who, when they find a really good author, will read every book they’ve produced. I’ve read almost everything Robert A. Heinlein produced, for instance. Likewise, Larry Niven, C. J. Cherryh, David Brin, Jack McDevitt, and a number of others.
She’s written several books in the steampunk genre. I’ve read:
Boneshaker, Dreadnaught, and Ganymede, all set in the same alternate history, featuring a civil war that lasted much longer than the real one; zombies, and airships. All great fun if you like that sort of thing.
She has also written a couple of modern-era vampire novels. I’ve downloaded a couple of them and am reading them now:
I’m appreciative of the fact that these are fit for moral people to read, too. You could let your kids read these without worrying. So far, at least. 
ADDENDUM 11/7/2011: I finished Bloodshot and am well into Hellbent. They are good novels to read, but I have to issue a language alert for these two novels, which routinely use much more bad language that the others. I’m still enjoying them, but I wouldn’t recommend these two books to anyone you wouldn’t let see an ‘R’ rated movie.
So far, so good. Recommended.
 Years ago I got started on the Anita Blake novels, which started out good, but by the fourth or fifth novel they started turning into porn, and I quit buying them. Laurel K. Hamilton has talent as a writer, but she took a turn there that I wasn’t willing to follow. I voted with my pocketbook, so to speak – I quit buying her books.