Dragon's Den

Rated 5.00/5 based on 7 reviews
On the icy and isolated world of T'Panabar, martial arts master Raza is given a secret mission to find an illegal mining operation. With both treachery and sorcery afoot, Raza must confront the most dangerous dragon of all: himself. ["A world so real you need a coat to cut the snowy cold!" ~ CoffeeTime Romance (FIVE STARS)] More
Available ebook formats: epub mobi
First 15% Sample: mobi (Kindle)
Price: $3.99
$0.99 USD
Buy with coupon Use the code HS53D at checkout for 75% off
(Offer good through Dec. 31, 2022 )
Add to Library Give as a Gift (using coupon)
About Terri Branson

Terri Branson is an author, an editor, and a graphics artist. After earning an associate degree in math and science, she turned to the studies of creative writing and graphic arts. She has sold articles on the craft of writing and conducted workshops at local writers groups. BROTHER DRAGON won the EPPIE 2005 Best Children's Book trophy, and COSMIC SCULPTURE won the EPPIE 2004 Best Anthology trophy. Other fiction publications include the paranormal romance MUSK RAIN, the western romance PRAIRIE FIRE, the science fiction novel DRAGON'S DEN. Other children's picture book publications include: A VERY DRAGON CHRISTMAS, PETE THE PEACOCK GOES TO THE ZOO, PETE THE PEACOCK GOES TO TOWN, SCOOTER'S WORLD, TYLER ON THE MOON, and WATCH FOR FALLING ROCK. Additional publications include the adult coloring book, GEODOODLES, and the non-fiction/spirituality book, A PSYCHIC LIFE.

Learn more about Terri Branson

Also by This Author

Also by This Publisher

Reviews of Dragon's Den by Terri Branson

Harmony Byars reviewed on March 24, 2022

DRAGON'S DEN is a fast-paced, pure sci-fi read set in a unique space-age society. The main character is Raza, a human warrior known as a dragon incarnate. He is dangerous, broody, and sexy as can be! A short novel with lot of punch, DRAGON'S DEN is the kind of book you want to read all at once!
(reviewed 6 days after purchase)
Suzi Taylor reviewed on Jan. 23, 2022

Powerful magic pervades the world of DRAGON’s DEN, and not all of it is meant for good. Raza serves as a master at the training base for the human-like dragons, many of whom carry souls so ancient they can no longer remember their former lives. When the ruling Lord of his house arrives with a young fire dragon in tow, Raza learns of a plot to steal a valuable ore called M-3—the equivalent of Avatar’s unobtanium. The fire dragon, in beautiful human female form, is said to be “passion on one side, claws on the other,” and both distracts and compels Raza in his deadly investigation.
Author Terri Branson has created a memorable, in-depth fantasy world with stirring characters, absorbing schemes and exciting action. Highly recommend reading this in preparation for the remainder of the series.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)
Ryan Gaines reviewed on Jan. 1, 2022

DRAGON'S DEN easily exceeded my expectations and hit its stride from start to finish. I was enveloped in this science fiction setting and was fascinated by the humanoid dragons and the society they have built for mankind. There is plenty of intrigue, violence, and romance; something for everyone. To say I would recommend DRAGON'S DEN is an understatement and now I want to read more in the universe Terri Branson created.
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
chaosarts reviewed on June 9, 2017

DRAGON'S DEN offers solid characters with a unique blend of science and fantasy. This well-written short sci-fi novel is an easy weekend read that you won't want to put down until you get to the end.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Allen Gaines reviewed on June 9, 2017

In DRAGON'S DEN, the term dragon is a metaphor. Or is it? Well, maybe not. Get a peek into a space age culture where some humans may have ancient dragon souls. Space ships, intrigue, and psychic phenomena collide in this fascinating and beautifully written sci-fi/fantasy novel.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Amber Sparks reviewed on June 9, 2017

DRAGON'S DEN is a well-written science fiction novel with a lot of action and intrigue. The characters are vivid and engaging, and the pace never lets up. Although not a long novel, there is no fluff. It's all plot and action, from beginning to end.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Pat Gaines reviewed on May 14, 2017

DRAGON'S DEN is a fascinating science fiction tale infused with paranormal aspects. Good character development and top-notch writing make this small book a satisfying read.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Print Edition

Report this book