Holiday, a beautiful Palestinian Christian girl of American origin, knows that she and her husband Edward came from different worlds but she couldn't imagine how deep the abyss separating them was. She has to fight for her dignity as a free woman against the mores of the Arab patriarchal society. Her desire to ride her horse "Storm" collides with the values of her traditional Arab husband, the "tycoon" of Palestine during the British mandate. Edward adores her, but his dignity is ruptured, and they fall from the pinnacle of happiness down to the abyss of anguish until the surprising end. Holiday's struggles take place against the incitement of radical Islamist preachers, the ideological precursors of the today's ISIS hate-spreaders. After the 1948 Palestinian catastrophe, their daughter Violet falls in love with a Jewish colleague in the newborn Israel. Can the two bleeding societies, Jews and Arabs, permit this love to flourish, or will it crash against the walls of intolerance? "Riding Storm describes the dramatic conflicts that rage the souls of the characters. Its descriptions are alive and breathing and the plot is rapid and sweeping." Amnon Jacont, Laureate Israeli novelist Aviva and Pinhas are a happy couple, but they disagree from time to time… "writing in tandem was not an easy job, but we swept over all differences because we loved the tale and we are loving each other." Aviva Tomer-Inbari is a Hebrew laureled poet who has published in leading Israeli poetry magazines. She gives lectures on the arts and architecture across Israel. Pinhas Inbari is a writer, poet and a senior commentator on contemporary Middle East affairs. His previous books include: "A Triangle over Jordan" (Heb.), "With Broken Swords" (Heb.), "The Palestinian Option", (Heb.) "The Palestinians between Terrorism and Statehood" (Eng.) and a "cook-book" for children: "Grandpa, Granddaughters, Grand-Cuisine" (Eng. And Heb.) Israel's former President Shimon Peres wrote: "His writing reflects enormous knowledge, deep insight and originality".