A group of friends since college, has gathered for a brunch, held regularly each Sunday. It is an afternoon of conversation, drinking and a fair share of drama.
This story explores the relationships between members of the group, heartaches, friendship, life and death. The Sunday Brunch delves into the hardships of love in the contemporary age.
Nathan Looked Like Hell By coincidence, the Cohen's apartment fell silent just as Nathan walked in. Jenny caught his entrance out of the corner of her eye and tried not to let Amy know he was there. She didn't want to spook her. Amy was anxious to see him again, she could tell. There was a sort of expectant energy in the way she stood, as though she was gravitated toward the foyer, leaning toward it like a paper clip spun around in the presence of a magnet. Nathan looked like hell. He...