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  1. Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books) Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books) says:

    This book had two things going for it before I even read it medical drama and paranormals Put those together and it's magic And it lived up to the potential I am hooked on this series I hope the next book comes out soonReviewed for Bitten by Books

  2. Bethzaida Bethzaida says:

    Vampire General was like watching ER but with a bunch of vampires some black widows and zombies The story was short but packed with excitement The main character Aline was fantastic Being the only human doctor in Grace General hospital Aline had to pretend to be a vampire to be able to care for her patients a zombie and a mermaid I'm not a big fan of cliffhangers but the way the author wrote the ending was perfect Lets hope Kit writes a seuel because I can't wait to read about Aline and the other doctors of Vampire GenralUPDATEIn the middle of posting this review I found out that there is going to be a seuel Isn't that exciting news? The seuel is call Vampire General Slash and Burn

  3. Kristi Kristi says:

    I received this book for free from the author in exchange for a review Intern with the Vampire is a really good little book Little meaning it's size not in a derogatory way As far as the time it took to read it this would be euivalent to a Harleuin series book You know the ones They're around 3 or 4 at the store Basically it's in between a novel and a novella Intern starts with Aline she's our main gal in a tryst well almost in the ER supply closet of in a hospital Duh of course an ER is in a hospital How redundant Why almost? They're doctors on duty so naturally they get paged Really I'm not sure I can get any obvious Let's move on before I irritate myself The pace is set from here The entire story takes place in the course of one night and in two different ERs You'll have to find out for yourself why it's in two ERs because that would be a bit of a spoiler But the fact that it's all in an ER means it's a uick paced story Doing it again aren't I? Sheesh So where does the vampire come in? That would be in the second ER Yep it's a paranormal hospital Iwasaki the author doesn't just rest on the normal creatures vampires werewolves etc that you can read oh so freuently these days Nope she adds in a whole slew She gives you mer people zombies who haven't died and risen yet immortals in general and a black widow You read that right A black widow who's a doctor Kind of a scary idea huh? The story itself isn't scary though It's medical stuff sounds the same as it does on the TV shows but maybe a medically inclined reader would disagree There's plenty of humor though it is a little on the sarcastic dry and twisted side Just the way I like it And though it was described by the author as a paranormal romance there really wasn't any Oh don't get me wrong there was some lusting but no actual romance scenes So rest easy boys you might just enjoy this one too wink wink nudge nudge picking So you're cruising along and liking the story The night shift has come to an end and therefore so has this portion of the series How does Iwasaki end the book? With a scream Talk about making you want to come back for But wait There's It's really the lack of a scream that gets you because now everyoneughanother spoiler You just have to read the book It's great I thoroughly enjoyed it and I can't wait to see what's next for Aline her days er nights as a paranormal doctor er intern Or was it resident? Sorry you'll have to go find out for yourself On a personal note I only slept 4 12 hours last night so I've been up since 3 am it's now 5pm and I'm feeling it I read back through what I wrote and I tried to make it better but I only ended up making it worse Caffeine can only work so much of a miracle I'm afraidOooh book 2 is listed on Goodreads Yaaaay It's called Slash and Burn And don't forget to check out Kit Iwasaki's bio It's either going to post above or below this one Ok I'm going to stop talking now

  4. Jaidis Shaw Jaidis Shaw says:

    Intern With The Vampire is book one of the Vampire General series by Kit Iwasaki Doctor Aline Harman happens to be a two year resident at a local hospital and not only loves her job but loves saving lives as well What started out as a normal day took a drastic turn when a patient is brought in with 'undead' characteristics Accompanying the patient is his personal doctor who will stop at nothing to ensure his patient's secret is safe even if that means costing Aline her jobFinding herself jobless and alone she leaves the only hospital she has ever known and attempts to make sense of what happened So when the mysterious doctor shows up on her doorstep with a job offer her curiosity and worry of financial security gets the best of her and she enters into the weird world at Grace Hospital Thrown into a world full of charismatic vampires guilt ridden mermaids and cold hearted widows Aline must try to make sense of the chaos and focus on doing what she does best saving livesIntern With The Vampire spans the course of one very long work shift which is fine because Ms Iwasaki did a fabulous job with this story I am so glad that this is part of a series because it really has a lot of potential The only thing I would have loved to be different is the actual length of the book Intern With The Vampire comes in at approximately 35000 words with an average read time of three hours This book definitely has the potential to be expanded and I hope that Ms Iwasaki considers this with future books in this series Regardless of length Intern With The Vampire is a must read and is the perfect fit if you're looking for a uick and exciting read

  5. Bethany Bethany says:

    I received a copy of this book for free and read it pretty much as soon as I received it For me what drew me in was the description 'True Blood meets Scrubs' It combined my two favourite genres paranormal and medical drama I can't get enough of Scrubs and HouseDr Aline was a great character she has a great life a great job and a great boyfriend but one night when she meets Dr Rocue that all changes She ends up without a job and badly damaging her career as a doctorDr Rocue offers her a job and she ends up working at Grace Hospital a place where paranormals are treated Aline is the only human not that anyone else can ever know about that and I felt it was interesting to watch how she adapted to the situation she found herself inI don't want to give away any spoilers but I definetely recommend you read this book it has a great storyline and a massive cliffhanger ending that has me desperately waiting for the next book Luckily I don't have to wait too long

  6. Shelley Shelley says:

    The story follows Dr Aline Harman a second year intern who loses her job when her former employer thinks she made a fatal mistake with a patient She actually didn't she was set up Turns out the patient isn't uiet normal At the time of the incident she thought she had the perfect job and a fantastic boyfriend Then Dr Rocue arrives on the scene and it all goes down the drainGiven a second chance at Grace General Hospital by the mysterious Dr Rocue who it turns out isn't human at all but a vampire GCH is where patients who are transhuman find themselves Aline is the only human Her first day is seriously rough and devastating at the same time The writer gets the abuse that interns experience as they try to make their way through the world of medicine Long hours No Sleep Brutal Doctors who care only for their vanity and not the patientsA decent enough story with a very bizarre ending that just leaves readers hanging by a thread Will there be another story? I would hope so This book is a combination of paranormal and medical drama

  7. Paul Paul says:

    Human medicine is easy On her first day at Grace General Hospital new intern Aline Harman risks vampire infection demonic possession and having her heart torn out of her chest and this from her colleaguesJuggling transhuman politics only becomes difficult when a patient’s life is at stake With a zombie to resuscitate and a mermaid in critical care Aline has her hands full At least the doctors are good lookingI have to be honest and admit a certain amount of uncertainty when I initially approached this ebook This is not the sort of thing I would normally choose to read and I was concerned that this would not be to my taste As ever though I am keen to try and broaden my horizons when it comes to reading so decided to give it a chance On reflection I’m glad that I did as I was pleasantly surprisedOur heroine Aline is immediately thrown in at the deep end and the author certainly seems to have captured what I imagine to be the frenetic chaos of an emergency room Reading the opening chapters and the descriptions of when she first arrives at Grace General it was easy to picture Aline’s dumbstruck reaction as she enters an environment that is both familiar and alien at the same timeLike most normal human beings Aline has never encountered vampires mermaids immortals and werewolves before and the reader gets to learn about them all through her eyes The author drops in the occasional nugget of information about the different species that Aline interacts with and these help to flesh out the characters These little tit bits made perfect sense in the context of the story I found myself smiling when learning about the dietary habits of immortals and the conservative opinions of paternal mer menThere are nods to conventional hospital dramas as we have many of the regular staples – the hard but fair chief of staff the over worked over stressed interns and the dashing doctors The supernatural elements make for a welcome addition I always find it enjoyable when an author takes an existing genre and starts injecting fresh thoughts and ideas In my experience this always tends to be a positive move and it is certainly the case hereWhether you like it or not in these post Twilight times any book that has supernatural creatures and particularly vampires is always going to be compared with Stephanie Meyer’s uber popular series However I am glad to report that on this occasion the comparison would be unfair This book has substancemeritplot take your pick than the aforementioned teen romanceIf you are a fan of hospital dramas like ER and Grey’s Anatomy I would recommend you check this novel out There is a lot you will recognize but also a lot that will take you by surprise and no doubt entertain

  8. Shelleyrae at Book& Shelleyrae at Book& says:

    I was really intrigued by the premise of Intern With the Vampire when I read it As a urban fantasy fan who also enjoys medical dramathrillers I thought the idea original with lots of potential and this brief novella is an excellent introduction to a new series In fact really my only complaint is that at just 152 pages Intern With the Vampire is too shortIwasaki places her protagonist doctor in training Aline Harman in a familiar setting with a paranormal twist Dismissed from her residency Aline's options are limited so when Dr Rocue offers her a position at a private hospital she has never heard of Aline is wiling to at least take a look As she steps into the frantic ER of Grace General Aline discovers the hospital has a very select clientele and is both terrified and fascinated as she is introduced to a host of supernatural creatures she never imagined really existed During her very long shift she treats a senile vampire an injured mermaid and a zombie while dealing with a black widow surgeon that has taken an instant dislike to her and a doctor whose pheromones make her vulnerable to his deadly charms The blend of the familiar hospital environment and the absurdity of it's patients and staff works surprisingly well There is an authenticity to the structure of the ER and the treatments which I am sure comes from the the author's own experience in the medical field and the details really help sell the idea From the start Aline lurches from crisis to crisis and she barely has time to reflect on her strange new environment The fast pace of the storyline keeps the reader immersed in the action and the imagination engagedI was fascinated by the characters who despite being supernatural have very individual traits The author's characterisation is deft and clever and I love how she gently pokes fun at some of the stereotypical characters in a medical drama The lead surgeon for example is gorgeous but also a vampire who could potentially suck her dry it certainly creates an interesting workplace for Aline who has to pretend she is not human to keep her jobIntern With the Vampire is a well written creative novella and I admit to being surprised at both the uality and the execution The world of Grace General is imaginative and intriguing and I am looking forward to reading the next installment Slash and Burnthough it is sadly already several months over due for publication I really hope the seuel eventuates

  9. Vicente L Ruiz Vicente L Ruiz says:

    I had this book together with Typhoon by MCM sent to me by Anna Harte from 1889 Labs as a thank you for the efforts I put into their Merge blog tour Just because the people at 1889 Labs are that awesome mind you I felt that the least I could do was read it and write a reviewAnna did not simply send me those books just because she asked me first And I replied that the premise behind Kit Iwasaki's book was intriguing a doctor working in a transhuman hospital The trick being that transhuman here means mermaids vampires zombies and even worseAnd it is funny because generally speaking I don't like your typical TV hospital series much I especially dislike the ones that tend to give too many gory details which is something you never know when it's going to appear but is practically a given on some of those TV shows But of course the patients and the doctors being supernatural beings bring the Vampire General series to level uite beyond that of typicalThe book has everything you've come to expect from hospital soap operas drama romantic tension sexual tension difficult relationships between doctors and patients and drops of humour here and there Combine the supernatural beings and the results are unexpected because of you see supernatural beings And added into the mix is the fact that the main character who we follow in her first day at the hospital is just a human among all the supernatural peopleIn conclusion did I like it? Yes enthusiastically Did I enjoy it? Yes a lot I did have a veritable good time reading the book it truly felt like watching the pilot for what would make an extraordinary TV series I keep comparing to that such a sorrowful soul I am And Iwasaki promises at least a 9 book series I can't wait

  10. Rebecca Rebecca says:

    This was my first experience with a strictly ebook but once i read the description of True Blood meets Scrubs I jumped on reading it and I'm so glad I did DrAline Harman has her life together She worked at a great hospital and she gets to relieve her stress with a great doctor That all comes crashing to an end when Rocue comes through the ER doors After ruining Aline's career in the human world Rocue offers her a job at Grace General Upon arriving at Grace General Aline finds out she can't let anyone know she is human That's not her only hurtle she also has to figure out a way to fight the pheromones that the vampires secrete naturally that make them even irresistible did i mention that most of the doctors are vampiresIntern With A Vampire is a fast and fun read and I am excited about reading the next instalment in the series 4 12 of 5 Rebecca no graphic sex or medical scenes

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Intern With The Vampire (Vampire General #1) ➚ [KINDLE] ❄ Intern With The Vampire (Vampire General #1) By Kit Iwasaki ➤ – Human medicine is easy On her first day at Grace General Hospital new intern Aline Harman risks vampire infection demonic possession and having her heart torn out of her chest and this from her collea Human medicine is easy On her first day at Grace General Hospital new intern Aline Harman risks vampire infection demonic possession and having her heart torn out of her chest and this from her colleaguesJuggling transhuman politics only becomes difficult when a patient's life is at stake With a zombie to resucitate and a mermaid in critical care Aline has her hands full At least the doctors are good looking.