- medicine is at the heart of the story
- at least one character is a doctor
- one main character main have a disease
- the medical scenes are used to advance the plot, to let the heroes know more about each other
- heroes are helping each other. They bond around the patient and are equal.
- the heroes' personal life goes to pieces, but in the hospital, they are at the top of their game.
- heroes are strong, independent and focused. They also have a big heart and are compassionate. They are very polite too. They love to help others and go above and beyond the call of duty.
- the heroes can be nurses, flying doctors, ER, sports medicine, surgeons, acupuncturists, midwives, pediatricians, army doctors, etc.
- medicine is at the base of the conflict
- the story includes several patients and their problems
- treatments, diseases and procedures are mentioned, but not in great detail
- 50,000 to 55,000
Gold Coast Angels: Bundle of Trouble by Fiona Lowe.
When One Night Isn't Enough by Wendy S. Marcus.
Healing Love - An Accent Amour Medical Romance by Cara Cooper
The Surgeon by Kate Bridges
Sue Barton, Student Nurse by Helen Dore Boylston (YA)
"Grey's Anatomy" Series
"Hart of Dixie" Series