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The Dragon Dimension (Caught in the Dragon Cove #1)

3.79  ·  Rating Details ·  34 Ratings  ·  17 Reviews
Working for a covert government agency, Iax travels the world… and beyond. She also journeys out of this world to other Realms in various Dimensions, of which only a privileged few have knowledge. Her job: Putting a halt to imminent battles and wars… before it’s too late. Finding herself dropped into a heated battle in the Dragon Cove Realm of the Dragon Dimension, Iax ass ...more
Kindle Edition, First , 445 pages
Published September 29th 2012 by Theressa M. Branham
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Sep 29, 2012 Nanette rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Yes
Looking for a book with hot guys? Well, look NO further! Looking for hot guys who shift? WELL, add this to your TBR! How about a hot guy, who shifts...INTO A DRAGON!?!? YES, you heard right.

I have a new found love for dragons, my heart has always beat for shifters, and reading about hot guys is always a pleasant day. Imagine my delight when all 3 were smooshed together in this phenomenal book! Ressa has brought us fantasy readers an amazing series that will live in your mind for a long time to
Ressa Empbra
Sep 20, 2012 Ressa Empbra rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
Christina M Condy
Okay so first off, my very first thought regarding this book was near
on panic. The very first thing that happens is on December 25th, the
couple have just suffered a still birth of their baby girl. Now what
makes this so painful is that just a year ago on that very day I lost
twin boys. I panicked contacted Bex from Bex n’ Books and she said if
I don’t want to continue on then to stop there. But I decided to
continue on. I have very mixed feelings about this book. The story
doesn't stay with that coup
J.P. Grider
Sep 29, 2012 J.P. Grider rated it it was amazing
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S.J.B. Gilmour
Sep 25, 2012 S.J.B. Gilmour rated it it was amazing
The Dragon Dimension (Caught in the Dragon Cove), the debut offering from Ressa Empbra is just brilliant. She's created a world I'm looking forward to visiting again, so I hope she's got more up her sleeve! That shouldn't be hard because she's created a world rich with almost limitless potential for both high-tech sci-fi and traditional swashbuckling epic fantasy.

Empbra's style and dialogue are great. For anyone who fell in love with Anne MacCaffrey's dragons of Pern and their riders, The Dragon
Laura Young
Sep 29, 2012 Laura Young rated it it was amazing
Ahhhh, from the start I was pulled in. Our Main Character Iax had a butt kicking personality and dang were you always shocked about how she would do something. Her friend Gemma was also a nice add to the mix, clueless about something totally smart about other. Together they could be quite interesting.

Then we have our dragons,EEEEEK! Sexy dragons who know how to treat a female. I loved how the males didn't seem to be to over bearing on the dominance thing. Normally books like that can make the fe
Sep 26, 2012 Jody rated it it was amazing
This amazing story will take you to another realm. There are bonds of friendship, true love, agony, surprise, and unexpected love and friendships formed. A bad ass Iax and her best friend Gemma enter a dragon realm where Mazar has kidnapped Yoren, the wife of dragon shifter Gordell. This world has no idea what is about to hit them and neither does Iax! This story made me laugh, made me cry, and even made me say "oooh girl!!!" a time or two. This book one,of a series to come, is a must read!
Brian M.
Sep 24, 2012 Brian M. rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: everyone
Recommended to Brian by: Ressa Empbra
“Yet another dragon story”, I told myself as I gazed at the cover of “The Dragon Dimension – Caught In The Dragon Cove”. I will read this book because I told myself that I would do book reviews. I sit down at my computer (I have the desk top Kindle reader) and begin reading Ressa’s book. Page one, page two…now on page..I didn’t know. I was at 15%! In moments, I seemed to have begun, and steam rolled through 15 % of the book. Why? Because this book is interesting and fun to read. Why? Because Res ...more
Oct 13, 2012 Amanda rated it it was amazing
Opening statement: Dragons are cool. That is all.

Have you ever seen Quantum Leap? No? Well you totally should! (It's old, I know! Shut it.) The opening of this book (okay so really a couple chapters in) reminded me of QL and I love that show. (whatever, it's good)

Iax (pronounced eye-axe) reminded me of Sam, she leaps to different dimensions and realms, only she gets to stay herself and do awesome world saving things. Of course QL wouldn't have been as awesome without Al, the ever trusting guide
Jennifer  Davis
Apr 11, 2013 Jennifer Davis rated it really liked it
Warning: This Edition of the book contains strong profanity and sexual content. Recommend for an audience of 18+

Iax works for a government agency that travels through different Realms and Dimensions. Of course, not may know of this agency, mostly just the ones that work for them. Since the agency is very hush, hush, Iax is forced to live 2 lives. Luckily, her father has worked for the agency, so she can speak freely of work around her parents. Probably the main reason why she can stay sane with
ARC for Review. Thanks Ressa for the amazing journey with Iax, and the charismatic cast of characters..

OK First off I want to show appreciation for Dave J. Ford for such a breathtaking cover.. I Love It.

This book starts out with a heart gripping scene, one that drew me in to the story wondering just where the author was going with it... Of course I had to keep reading to satisfy my curiosity. Boy what a journey I was taken on. From familiar Earth to the Dragon Dimension, with twists and turns t
Elizabeth Lance
Oct 07, 2012 Elizabeth Lance rated it it was amazing
Caught in the Dragon Cove, book one of The Dragon Dimension by Ressa Empbra is an incredible journey into a whole new world! The story starts off with heart wrenching drama and carries you into an exciting future! Iax Sarvias Eluhyax Conifurr is a strong female lead character that is sassy, snarky and tough, and she's about to discover that she is way more than she ever thought possible! Iax is an agent with the O.W.O. (Outer Worldly Operations) Unit of the C.I.A. .She travels to other Realms an ...more
Dec 22, 2012 Angus rated it liked it
Iax is very entertaining as a protagonist who is for all intents and purposes out of her element. If it were not for her guide-conscience-companion Gemma she would have been many times over. Then the hormones kicked in and what remains of sanity grabbed it's hat off the rack before pushing the emergency exit door.

A fun work to read it has a bit of a 'Hell-Boy' feel to it as you discover Iax is not from Earth to begin with, at least not the one in this dimension. Though she is competent to the po
S.R. McKade
Feb 11, 2014 S.R. McKade rated it it was amazing
Very original & captivating story. And the cover is great!!!!
It's an entrancing storyline. The kind that I can dive into and stay there.
The kind of story that captures all your attention & makes it hard to put away!
The kind of great book you hope to find when you turn the last page and feel a little as if you have lost a friend.
Reading this book, I forget my own world and dive into this new world created by the author.
I am amazed at this creation. And I can't wait for the next one!
This i
Dec 03, 2012 Squeak rated it liked it
I loved the idea of this story, but the delivery so only so,so. Instead of ever showing our main heroine as the strong fighter type the author told you about, she was forever getting in over her head and having to be rescued, then sleeping for three days. What is up with that??? Also, there were several repeat paragraphs (really, whole paragraphs that repeated two or three times) and other strangeness that showed this book needed another run-through by an editing team.
Mar 21, 2013 Janet rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
I have to be honest I struggled with this ..the descriptions are fantastic ..but I felt in a way it distracted me from the story-line ..

As a debut novel it is a good read ..I guess its just not my kinda thing ?

I urge you all to go give it a try xxxx(less)
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Mar 26, 2013
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Ressa lives on the beautiful Western Slope of Colorado, and enjoys a moderately quiet life with her husband and their two-year old English Springer Spaniel, Stryder. Their three-grown kids and all their furry four-legged kids live nearby. She feels doubly blessed to also have in the area her parents, brother and sister in-law, sister and brother in-law, as well as her three nieces, two nephews, an ...more
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