Alistair Drake, black sheep of the tremendously wealthy Drake family, is more interested in adding another notch to his bedpost than another zero to his bank account. When a Grindr message brings him to Nate’s doorstep, then straight to his bed, he has no reason to believe that what they share will be more than a simple hookup, until, three months later, a tug on his soul informs him otherwise.
For the Drake family has a secret—one that will force Nate and Alistair together as much as it will demand that they be torn apart. One that Alistair and his brothers have carried all their lives… and one that Alistair and Nate’s future children will carry, too.
Bound to each other by the three precious impossibilities, Nate and Alistair have no choice—no matter the consequence, they will fight for their forbidden clutch.
Clutch is a 64,000 word steamy omegaverse mpreg-ish romance that will leave you in stitches. It contains a Grindr hook-up gone very wrong (or very right); giant magical lizards; a pig named Olive; a wank throne; and a HEA, right down to the white picket fence.
I have to start my Clutch review by saying that I never read about shifters or dragons. That said, this Piper Scott and Virginia Scott novel is absolutely amazing and I am elated that I gave it a try.
It all starts with Alistair and Nathan arranging a hookup. Next thing they know, Nathan has started laying eggs. Ends up that Alister isn't just an alpha, he's also a dragon. And, I can't explain how hilarious everything is. During the scene when Nate lays his eggs, I could not stop laughing at his friend, Harry's comments. He is an absolute hoot and he quickly became one of my all time favorite characters.
When Nate bonds with the eggs instantly, it leads to some fantastic fun between Nate and Alistair.
I honestly am not sure what to even say. As this is my first time reading a dragon story, or any shifter story, I am thrilled that I made an exception and read this book. It is so damn funny, with so much snark, wit and banter. There's two amazing main characters, as well as delightful secondary characters.
Clutch is so good. I absolutely love it. I cannot wait to see what Piper Scott and Virginia Kelly have in store for the rest of the series.