Nearly three years after the death of her husband and childhood friend, Maggie the minister of the Sovereign Union Church is romantically pursued by the noted environmentalist David Faulkner, who has come to teach at Unity College in central Maine. Before she knows it, she and David are engaged. Maggie believes she's done the right thing, that is, until Duncan Faulkner, David's brother, an Episcopal minister, shows up in the little town of Sovereign. Spending time with Duncan, Maggie awakens to the world of difference between the two men. She quickly discovers--too late --that she's engaged to marry one brother, but is actually in love with the other. Further complicating Maggie's life, a shady investment advisor from the city, with whom she has the slightest of acquaintances, has used her name to drum up business with her friends. Should she give them a heads-up that he could be nothing more than a Wall Street wolf in sheep's clothing? Or should she keep silent and let the chips fall where they may? Unfortunately, Maggie chooses to say nothing, and as a result her best friends could lose the farm Funny, poignant, and soul-searching, Maggie's Dilemma, Book 5 in Jennifer Wixson's Sovereign Series (a standalone novel) reveals that life -- and love -- sometimes don't get easier when you're over fifty.