From the author of Replenishing the Sea of Galilee, comes a story of love, determination, and political intrigue: Nad of Nadide' reveals that love, whether between two of the same ethnicity, or between lovers who never expected to cross ethnic boundaries, is one worth fighting for, at the cost of defying all norms and challenges.
"When Palestinian Fareed met Turkish Nadide', neither could imagine the course of events that their relationship would trigger. The daughter of a ruling Turkish general, Nadide's affections are at the center of a tumultuous political landscape in the 1980s. With conflict rising between her suitor and her father, on one side, and her father's political enemies, on the other, the two targeted her with opposite benefits, albeit each wanting her to abort her yearning to reach her goal, a goal possessed by a wish to follow her heart. Will love and determination win out over personal grudges and political interests?