SOS HOTEL: Sleep With Us by Adam Vex (Ariana Nash)


SOS Hotel: Sleep With Us is the third installment in the series, and is just so much fun!!! If you haven't started it yet and are fans of Ariana Nash, take a second to check out the reviews. You will need to leave the normal angst behind and just enjoy the zany ride!

From the blurb:

Three weeks in, and the SOS Hotel is still standing. I know, crazy right? Despite the gremlins, lethal electrics, vampire threats, a shadowbeast in the attic, and a psycho sorcerer, our doors remain open to all Lost Ones. Also, nobody has died . . . in a few days.  

All I have to do is, hold it all together, keep every guest safe, not mention the body in the flowerbeds—and maybe we’ll last another week?

But Sebastien has demanded Zee return to the club, or he’ll hurt more demons. Sebastien has become a big problem. And problems, like gremlins, have a habit of multiplying at the SOS Hotel.

I promised Zee I’d stay out of his other life. But I can’t—won’t—watch Sebastien mistreat him.

I might be a boring, average, harmless human, but even I have my limits.

Plus, I’ve got a vampire on my side. Lord Reynard has a knack for getting answers out of people, and together, we’re going to find a way to break Sebastien’s hold over Zee, even if part of our plan involves an evening of la mort d’amour at Razorsedge. Reynard says we’re not going to do anything risky. But I kind of, maybe, just a little bit . . . want to?

Trust me. I’m Adam Vex. Totally normal human. It’s all going to turn out just fine.

I’m absolutely certain I have everything under control.


Welcome to the SOS Hotel.


SOS Hotel is a whacky adventure about a vampire lord, an ex-porn-star demon, and a boring human who absolutely does not have any secrets. You'll find dark humor, explicit language and sex throughout the books.

If you don't like the f-word, sex, some minor murders, or a few questionable pies thrown in, do not read these books.

There will be triggering content for some, including sexual coercion and pets in peril.

Proceed with caution.

Jacqueleen The Reading Queen's Review:

Shit just keeps getting weirder and weirder. I'm totally loving this series' entire vibe. Zee is fabulous. Reynard is softening a bit. Like maybe an inch. But it's progress. Still no MMM, but there was a fair bit of steam. Adam is the farthest thing from a boring human you could get, and unfortunately for him, certain people are starting to notice.

Tom Collins shines in all of his scenes. Where did he get the bow tie? I'm super curious now. He's very insightful, while also being a complete asshole. It's a delicate balance, but somehow he makes it work.

Adam is feeling the pressure of hiding who/what he is. I'm getting worried. Worried, he's going to pull a runner. Then again, I don't think Zodiac and Reynard would just let him go. They'd find a way to get him back. I can't wait for the next book! I hope things start moving in the direction we've been teased with soon.

Molly Otto's Review:

We are back at the SOS hotel, and oh boy, these three can not stay out of trouble. Adam now is on a mission to free his beloved demon from his contract. What could go wrong? Let's just say with trio a lot and guess these boys have more issues to work with. 

The bond of our trio is growing to something sustainable as they slowly learn to trust each other. This is one of those series I am all in for the long haul and patiently (OK, impatiently), waiting for more to come. I cannot wait to see what comes next.

Jacquie's Review:

Another fantastic installment of this series. I'm still trying to puzzle out what Adam is. All I know is he isn't human, no matter how much he protests.

Adam is an enigma with such a big heart. He loves Zee, even if he doesn't say the words and is making room in that heart for Reynard.

No MMM action, yet, but Zee and Reynard are circling each other. They both know something is there. I cannot wait to see who breaks first.

Plenty of action and some soft moments between Adam and Zee.

More please. I just love how this is written and the world it's set up in.

Also, vintage human will be my new way of referring to older people 🤣

Rogue's Review:

- paranormal
- utterly bonkers
- enough UST to power a city

This is the 3rd entry in the SOS Hotel series, and things just got ramped up another notch. Adam is still most definitely, 100% human, not supernatural at all, nope, not in the slightest. Seriously, what the heck IS Adam? There are more hints here but nothing concrete and I think it'll be a while before we find out, but the others are starting suspect now. I loved this so much, these books are like a total breath of fresh air with shenanigans galore involving all 3 parties. There's still no MMM, but it's going to happen, there's serious steps towards that here in this book.

“He hurts you, and I can’t let it go like you can. I just can’t. Because when you’re gone, when you’re there, with him, it hurts inside. It hurts my heart. I want to hurt him for what he does to you, Zee.”

This book centres around Zodiac and his contract with the odious Sebastien, with Adam and Reynard doing their best to get him out of it. I loved the scenes with Zee and Adam getting closer and not just physically. These two make some serious steps forward together here, and I'm here for it. Reynard opening up just a smidge was wonderful too, I can't wait for these three to finally get it together.

Final word for the ultimate scene stealer in Tom Collins, the bartender. He seriously ran away with every scene he was in, making me chuckle out loud more than once, yet having his serious moment to shine at the end too.

"You want a cocaine chaser with your breakfast?” Oh dear. “Tom, you have to stop puttingcocaine in things. There are laws about that. Where are you even getting cocaine from?”

I adored this, and the next episode can't come fast enough.

SOS Hotel: Sleep With Us is available to buy as an ebook, paperback, or to read with Kindle Unlimited subscription.