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Always Happy Hour weaves tales of young women who are deeply flawed, intensely real, and who struggle to get out of their own way. These women love to drink and have sex; they make bad decisions with men who love them too much or too little; they haunt gas stations, public pools, and dive bars, seeking understanding in the most unlikely of places; and, although each shoulders the weight of different baggage, they all suspect they deserve better. In this collection of acerbic and ruefully funny stories, Miller takes a microscope to love and intimacy, evoking the reticence of love among the misunderstood, the grit and comfort of bad habits that can't be broken, and the beat-by-beat minutiae of ill-fated relationships.

©2017 Mary Miller (P)2017 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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bad book

hated it. too disjointed. such a disappointment. it'd be nice to get my money back

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  • Ladysmith
  • Randolph, MA United States
  • 04-14-17

Boring boring boring

The story should really get 0 stars. A combination of run on short stories that highlights the insecurity of these woman and their boring lives. This was a book club read...wasted ink.

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