Happy Hour is a life in the day of Will and Sara. They are having guests over for a dinner party disguised as a Happy Hour. One of the guests, Jack, is on the verge of rock stardom if only if lifestyle will allow such success. Josh and Katherine are dealing with a past of children, a stressed marriage, and prison time.
The story begins with preparation then takes us to Jack and his guest as they enjoy pre-dinner cocktails while trolling for women in all of the wrong places. After a dinner (that entails more drinking than eating) tragedy finds some of the guests and the answer to the underlying question "How many people are needed to be considered an orgy?" is answered.
Happy Hour is a story of scary conversation and remembering a past that maybe better forgotten. The only constants are surprise announcements and the flow of vodka in this tale of an evening in Manhattan.
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David S. Grant was born in West Allis, WI. He is the author of the novels Corporate Porn, The Last Breakfast, Bleach|Blackout, Hollywood Ending, and short story collection, Emotionless Souls. David lives and works in New York City.