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by Rory R. Olsen

346 pages
political legal fiction romance love

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About the Book
If opposites attract, can they stay together?

In Good Will Win in the End the reader meets Judge Sean Riley, an urbane, shy, pedantic and emotionally detached, fifty year old widower, roped into going on his first date since his wife died by a concerned female friend.His peace officer date, Sergeant Jolene Scruggs, a tall, thirty year old, dark haired, blue eyed beauty, is everything that he is not—country, extroverted, not at all scholarly and zestful.

Can a couple as mismatched as they are find happiness, while living through Sean’s very nasty reelection campaign? Or will they be torn apart?

Good Will Win in the End is an emotional roller coaster ride in which the reader shares Sean and Jo’s insecurities, their passion, their pain, their deep love for each other and the highs and lows of the campaign trail.


There’s a self-conscious act I undertake as a reader: to like or dislike the characters of any work of fiction I happen to be reading. If I don’t like the characters, I put the book down…usually after 10 or 20 pages…I like the characters in Good Will Win in the End. I read it cover to cover. It allowed me to participate in the lives of the characters, plus I’m a sucker for a happy ending. Anyone who uses the correct collective noun for a bunch of cats will get my attention every time anyway.
- Richard Baron
This is by far the best novel picked up in quite a few years. The story line kept my attention from front cover to back.
- Robert Wallace
I picked this book up as it is about a probate judge and I am a probate attorney. This is not an area of the law that attracts much attention as it lacks the glamour of the criminal practice or the high power litigation practice. I was somewhat taken aback initially as the first part of the book is a romance and that is not something that I usually read. However, Olsen delivers character development so effectively that I was soon hooked despite my best curmudgeonly efforts….The romance is essential to the story….I was very pleased with his very accurate presentation of the interaction between lawyers and the bench, not only in court, but also in chambers and socially….Olsen's legal training shines through his attention to careful detail throughout the book. You are cautioned to pay attention to that detail as some of it becomes very important later….The political part of the story is cutthroat, down and dirty. Having assisted in several political campaigns over my 30 years of practice, I found this to be the most fascinating part of the book….Overall, the book is excellent...
- Michael Schmieg



About the Author
Rory Olsen practiced law in Houston, Texas for many years before becoming a probate judge in 1998.



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