Café Rendezvous is a mixture of romance and literary poetry and prose. From heart pounding encounters to reflections on things past, the words of author Gerry Fraser Bryant are mesmorizingly splendid.
He wrote “Ode to Americans” in the days immediately following 9/11. A couple years later, he wrote “The Last Day” in remembrance of soldiers killed by roadside bombs. He wrote “The Sweet Music of Yesteryear” after attending his high school reunion in Visalia, California. Three imaginary letters are penned from Kitty to Anne Frank, and “The Best Feeling Is Before” pays homage to William Shakespeare’s “Sonnet 129.”
For this literary collection by Bryant and other writers, settle in
for a reading experience filled with emotion that brings both
romantic rendezvous and current events into the realm of art
never to be forgotten.