Dancing at the Harvest Moon ~ by K. C. McKinnon, pseudonym for a respected literary novelist, 1997, fiction
The dust jacket says, "Maggie struggles with her feelings for a younger man whose age stands in the way of her growing affection for him. But their passion is undeniable, and soon she will have to decide which is more important to her: what other people think, or what she feels in her heart." We have all heard of May-December marriages, but usually it's a much younger woman and an older man, such as Maggie's husband of many years, who left her for a woman around the age of their daughters. A year later Maggie leaves Kansas City to return to the lakeside Harvest Moon in Canada where she had met her first love. What she finds is an attraction to a young man who is only two months older than her daughter.
What if this happened to you? How would you react? Would you worry about what people think, or even worse, what your children think? Maggie did. She also worried about what Robbie, her first love, would think. Hey, she was even concerned about what her ex-husband would think! I wouldn't have picked up the book if I'd known it was a sentimental romance novel with an absurd number of coincidences. However, it's very well written and kept my attention. It is also short and didn't take long to read, so I'll give it 7/10.
By the way, if you want to know what else the author has written, her real name is Cathie Pelletier.