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By Kit Iwasaki | Comments: ( 331 ) | Date: ( Dec 11, 2019 )

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 colleagues.Juggling 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 hHuman 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 colleagues.Juggling 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.


  • Title: Intern With The Vampire
  • Author: Kit Iwasaki
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 143
  • Format: Kindle Edition

About Author:

Kit Iwasaki

Kit was midway through premed when she realized she loved the heart, but hated blood It took her a few years to figure out what to do with her freewheeling life, most of which is not fit to print in a bio She decided to get back to what she was always doing anyway, and had been as long as she could remember telling stories Now she furiously scribbles out books for the Vampire General series, as well as other projects that will jump out at you when you least expect it.



Comments Intern With The Vampire

  • Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books)

    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 soon!Reviewed for Bitten by Books. bittenbybooks.


  • Bethzaida

    Vampire General was like watching E.R. 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 sequel because I can't wait to read more about [...]


  • Kristi

    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 equivalent to a Harlequin 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 [...]


  • Jaidis Shaw

    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 job.Finding herself jo [...]


  • Shelley

    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 quiet "normal." At the time of the incident she thought she had the perfect job and a fantastic boyfriend. Then Dr. Rocque arrives on the scene and it all goes down the drain.Given a second chance at Grace General Hospital by the mysterious Dr. Rocque, who it turns out, isn't human at a [...]


  • Bethany

    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 House).Dr. Aline was a great character, she has a great life, a great job and a great boyfriend but one night when she meets Dr. Rocque that all changes. She ends up without a job and badly damaging her career as a doctor.Dr. Rocque offer [...]


  • Paul

    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 colleagues.Juggling transhuman politics only becomes more 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-looking.I have to be honest and admit a certain amount of uncertainty when I [...]


  • Shelleyrae at Book'd Out

    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 drama/thrillers 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 short.Iwasaki places her protagonist doctor in training, Aline Harman in a familiar setting with a paranormal twist. Dismissed from her residency [...]


  • Vicente L Ruiz

    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 review.Anna 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 transhu [...]


  • Rebecca

    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. Dr.Aline 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 Rocque comes through the ER doors. After ruining Aline's career in the human world, Rocque offers her a job at Grace General. Upon arriving at Grace General, Aline finds out [...]


  • The Lonely book club

    For my full review check out The lonely book clubIn “Intern with a vampire” we can easily see similarities to “Scrubs” or maybe “Grace Anatomy,” but of course there is a paranormal twist.Aline, the main character, starts working at Grace General Hospital as an intern after being dismissed from “the perfect hospital” and looses her “perfect life.” We follow her for å brief moment, she’s fired for killing a patient and then hired by Dr.Rocque at Grace General Hospital.At Gra [...]


  • Jan

    Allright, we'll start with he full disclosure, I'm recently affiliated with the publisher, so I'm not going to rate the book, since that might be a bit tacky. I did read it however, so I'll give a short opinion.Intern With The Vampire is a fun and light read. It's a novella, so it's perfect for a boring commute or something like that.Aline's reactions to her first encounter with the supernatural seemed genuine, and I can see her running into plenty more iffy situations later in the series.The ot [...]


  • Sassafrass

    I thought that this was GREAT! Being in the medical field, I could certainly see the hospital I used to work in with a little modification of course. I'm almost certain there weren't any mermaids or zombies there, but you never know. I felt like this was a cross between Grey's Anatomy and Buffy or something. I'm usually strictly a romance reader but this story really kept me captivated. it ended way too soon for my taste, and I am hoping to read a continuation of the series very soon. It's a hig [...]


  • Selena Lang

    This was a very good short story. Can't wait to read the next in the series. Hopefully it will be a full blown novel and not just a short. It was worth the .99 it cost. The main character is a human doctor thrown into a mix of non-humans and having to treat them. She was a stongwilled character which I really like, but she does have some weaknesses which is also nice. she is a well developed main character for such a short read. Recommend this one for anyone who likes a good paranormal story.


  • Anino

    Totally loved this ebook 100 pages of pure fun and snappy dialog I highly recommend this book ;)


  • RaeLynn Fry

    Vampire General (Book one of the Intern with a Vampire series)By: Kit IwasakiGenre: Paranormal Medical Drama (I think I just made that genre up, btw :) )Pub Date: April 13, 2001Rating: PGCoffee Beans: 4/5Spoilers: NoneFavorite Line: A man vomited blood on the floor behind them, then tried to sneak a bottle of Jack Daniels from his jacket to wash out his mouth.(ebook, pg 6)Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for this honest review.Author’s Summary: Human [...]


  • Smash

    Read this entire review at Smash Attack Reads! smashattackreads/2011/Welcome to Vampire General: Where your blood donations are always welcome.Aline Harman is an intern at a hospital when a car crash victim arrives. His Doctor, Dr. Rocque, also accompanies him, and begs Aline to allow him to save his life after he is already pronounced dead. Huh? So starts the interesting, unique and otherworldly experiences that Aline now faces. She ends up at Grace General (I was hoping for a more interesting [...]


  • Ambur

    The best way to describe Intern with the Vampire, is a hospital drama where the patients and doctors are supernatural beings rather than humans. The beginning of this book had me cracking up, and I definitely smiled. It reminded me of pretty much every hospital drama or soap opera that I've ever watched. Within the first page two characters are in a supply closetd they aren't looking for supplies.Of course, since they're doctors they got interrupted by a page. It was definitely entertaining thou [...]


  • Lindea

    For my full review check out The lonely book clubIn “Intern with a vampire” we can easily see similarities to “Scrubs” or maybe “Grace Anatomy,” but of course there is a paranormal twist.Aline, the main character, starts working at Grace General Hospital as an intern after being dismissed from “the perfect hospital” and looses her “perfect life.” We follow her for å brief moment, she’s fired for killing a patient and then hired by Dr.Rocque at Grace General Hospital.At Gra [...]


  • Borderstar

    I wasn't expecting much from this, but it was actually really good. I read it all in one sitting late at night and didn't put it down. The idea has been used before about a hospital for paranormals, but it was done pretty well. The characters were interesting and you are left wondering at what's going to happen next with all of them.However, there is a BIG but This reads like only the first half/third of a book and then it just cuts off And the next book was never published as far as I can tell. [...]


  • Kenne Morrison

    When I first heard the premise of this book, I knew I had to read it. It was an enjoyable story, even though there were a few things that didn't sit right with me. The medical stuff was pretty much spot on from what I've read before, and truly, this book reads like Grey's Anatomy for the supernatural world.But, I couldn't help but feel that the medical stuff was true to form if dealing with a human patient, but not so much was different when dealing with a supernatural patient. Case in point, I [...]


  • Marlene

    Actually, 4.5Aline Harmon, an intern at Weston County Hospital, is having a bad day after listening to Dr. William Rocque, a patient in the ER, about another patient in the ER and getting fired. Aline's day turns even stranger when Rocque offers her an internship at a hospital, that she has never heard of. Intrigued, Aline follows Rocque to the hospital and enters a world, that she never knew existed. VAMPIRE GENERAL is a unique tale, that reminded me of an episode of ER, with the added bonus of [...]


  • Christine

    This book was much more novella than novel. But, that totally isn't a negative thing! I feel like I was reading an episode script for a paranormal version of a very popular hospital-drama. In the beginning there's Aline, who is introduced to a world of paranormal creatures that she never knew existed. And while this is a big aspect of the plot, there's a WHOLE other realm here that we're involved in. There are patients, whose stories we become a part of and we get to see Aline and her fellow col [...]


  • Sandy

    I received a copy of this story for review. All of the opinions are my own.This was a quick fun read. When Aline Harmon is dismissed from her job at a hospital she is hired to work at Grace General Hospital. What she doesn't know is that the other staff members and all of the patients are not human. Thrown into the deep end treating a badly injured mermaid Aline must learn on the fly to deal with situations that were never covered in medical school.I liked the characters and Kit Iwasaki did a go [...]


  • Charia

    I really enjoyed this short ebook. And it was very, very short. But I guess you get what you pay for and this ebook was only .99. The concept of the story is unique and interesting as are the characters. Other books have had paranormal hospitals but not as the main focus of the story. I did get a little overwhelmed by all the doctors and them being referred to by last name only. I found myself getting confused on who was who. I will definitely be reading the next book in the Vampire General seri [...]


  • Kelly

    Wow, it's like a cross with Twilight and Grey's Anatomy. I really enjoyed reading this! It was a very fun and interesting read and I honestly cannot wait before reading more. The only points I have to take off are the seemingly shallow personalities of the characters. However, with limited information on the characters and the intrigue of this storyline, I am even more interested in reading more of what this author has to offer. I would really recommend this book for people who are fascinated wi [...]


  • Leia Shaw

    I didn't think I'd like this book as much as I did. The concept was interesting and the story moved at a good pace. Some of the characters were very intriguing (Dr. Scott and Roque) but I found myself wanting more from them. Not much romance, some tense sensual moments but not much more. I don't know if this is a series but I hope so and I hope the author does more with those two characters. Overall, it was a fun read with some intriguing possibilities as the beginning of a series.


  • Jennifer

    I liked this book. It wasn't something that grabbed me but it killed time I was trying to kill. I do have to say that I am curious about the cliff hanger and I find myself wanting to read the next one in the series. So with that I guess the author did their job :) It has potential.


  • Jules

    A really fun idea!! But the writing and dialogue was too melodramatic. Hard to get through.


  • Kat

    Enjoyable well written short and solid paranormal story with a creative concept.


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