The author weaves love, history, politics and human rights issues into a moving story.
Yonatan is a bisexual left-wing activist. When he meets Meir, a shy High-Tech entrepreneur, he falls in love for the first time, and the couple decide to get married and adopt twins. The family grows when fate brings Amal into their lives – a Palestinian girl, who is the victim of a family honor acid attack. Their perfect love story forms on the backdrop of a groundbreaking democratic union of Israel and the Palestinian Authority.
However, soon the euphoria of peace and unification begins to fade, and anti-liberal forces put the existence of the state, and the family's own life, in danger.