Heâ€™s a kind -hearted, empty-headed, oblivious-to-everything goofball.
He bounced around different jobs (mainly because he manages to get fired from all of them), but he now landed a job as the manager of a little coffee shop, part of the evil multinational conglomerate (no, not Disney), Buck Stars.
He likes the simple things in life, and doesnâ€™t really like to complicate things too much, but he has some moments of enlightenment every now or then. And we still wonder how he ended up in a relationship with Natalia. Lives with his best friend (and probably the only one he has), Mackenn.
The â€œfine artistâ€. Wylimanâ€™s conscience.
He earns his living as a painter, struggling between creating something unique and not falling prey of selling out to mere 15 minutes of fame.
He enjoys art, reading good books and punching Wyliman whenever he finds a good excuse for it (and we think he has a crush on Andrea, mostly because heâ€™s kinda obvious about it). Oh, yeah, and heâ€™s a fox. Although we donâ€™t know why he is a fox.
More than a pretty face, a nice body, a great set of legsâ€¦ what I was talking about?
Oh, yeah! Sheâ€™s Wylimanâ€™s girlfriend.
Sheâ€™s a really warm hearted individual, always positive thinking and encouraging and helping her fellow employees and friends. She’s the head of the company she works for.
She’s a chemical-engineer.
The story teller.
She lives on her own, and works at her local library.
She also earns some money from some various little pieces of writing she has managed to get published.
Also, she might have a crush on Mackenn, although circumstances didnâ€™t let us know for sure.
Supporting cast (so far):
Liz: Nataliaâ€™s secretary. Reserved and shy. She always tries to be the best she can be, although sheâ€™s always scared that she might fail. Sheâ€™s Andreaâ€™s older sister.
Mr. Sergio: Andreaâ€™s co-worker at the library.
Even though he knows how to do everything at the library, he prefers to stay at the entrance and always greet people that come in, with a smile.
He sometimes plays as conscience for both Mackenn and Andrea.
The dog: Heâ€™s just a simple, everyday normal dog. They found him hurt on the street one day, after taking him to the vet and when he recovered, through Wylimanâ€™s persistence, he now lives at their home.
The author: Heâ€™s a douche.