Domestic fiction. Fiction. Short stories. Short stories, American. Short stories. Short stories. Domestic fiction.
"Acerbic and ruefully funny, Always Happy Hour weaves tales of young women, deeply flawed and intensely real, who struggle to get out of their own way. They love to drink and have sex; they make bad decisions with men who either love them too much or too little; and they haunt a Southern terrain of gas stations, public pools, and dive bars. Though each character shoulders the weight of her own baggage, whether it's a string of horrible exes, a boyfriend with an annoying child, or an inability to be genuinely happy for a best friend; they are united in their unrelenting suspicion that they deserve better. These women seek understanding in the most unlikely places: a dilapidated foster home where love is a liability in "Big Bad Love," a trailer park littered with a string of bad decisions in "Uphill," and the unfamiliar corners of a dream home purchased with the winnings of a bitter divorce settlement in "Charts." Taking a microscope to delicate patterns of love and intimacy, Miller evokes the reticent love among the misunderstood, the gritty comfort in bad habits that can't be broken, and the beat-by-beat minutiae of fated relationships."--Amazon.com.
Instructions The house on Main Street Proper order At one time this was the longest covered walkway in the world Big bad love Uphill Dirty He says I am a little oven Where all of the beautiful people go Love apples Hamilton pool Always happy hour Little bear First class Charts The 37.