Book Review: Society Girl, by Alys Murray

Title: Society Girl
By: Alys Murray
Genre: Romance
Pages: 314
Release Date: August 19th, 2019
Publisher: Entangled Publishing, LLC (Embrace)
Rating: ★★★★☆

Summary from Goodreads: Sam Dubarry is a cynic. Growing up in the foster system in NYC does that to you. And falling in love is by far the stupidest thing you could do in her opinion. 

But there’s one thing she craves more than anything—family. The illegitimate American daughter of an English Lord, Sam is desperate to make her father take notice of her. Which is where the Animos Society comes in. 

The exclusive Oxford University club is her family’s legacy—and full of the worst kind of rich men. But becoming the first female member will take everything she has. Maybe more.

Daniel Best is the one man who truly sees Sam. The real her. The new mechanic for her father, Daniel is everything the Animos’ aren’t. Kind, honorable, good. But then the worst thing she can imagine happens…

The Society will let her in, if she destroys the one person she might be falling in love with first.

Review: All she wants is to be loved, but is she too blind to see that it might be right in front of her? Sam, the main character in this book has lived in foster care since her mother died, but now that she has found her father, all she wants to do is make him proud. The things that this woman goes through to be part of an all male society is crazy. I feel like she has no respect for herself as a woman to allow these men to treat her in such a fashion. I guess I really don’t understand her need to be accepted. I absolutely loved Daniel and how vulnerable he was. He loved Sam, and she loved him, but she was willing to throw it all away. It was a nail biter at the end. Will Sam stay with Daniel?

Received an advance reader copy in exchange for a fair review.

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