"A provocative...novel of love and divorce among the moderns." it says on the cover. From the blurb on the back: Ward Galvin could not have told you why his marriage was on the rocks. His wife, Myra was still a beautiful woman, desirable to every man - except to himself.
Then he met Trina. Trina Macklyn was the kind of girl even a good man dreams of once.
Vina Delmar was a prolific writer from the 1920s through 1976. She and her husband wrote short stories, plays, and novels. This one was written after her husband died and was the only one of her last ten that was not historical in nature.
Her work is not often read these days but has an average rating on a scattering of reviews on Goodreads of about 4, which is relatively high.
The Breeze from Camelot is available on Biblio for as little as $7.99.
Me as a critic (be careful! the harshness will be well concealed!)