After one beer with him in Tel Aviv, Nilly can’t stop thinking about Sebastian, even though she wishes she could. A relationship with this blonde, blue-eyed hunk would be impossible. He’s German, maybe the grandson of Nazis; she’s the granddaughter of Holocaust survivors whose mother boycotts German products. He’s in Israel on a musical peace mission; she was born in Ariel, an Israeli city in the West Bank, which he considers an obstacle to peace.
Nilly fights her attraction to the “German,” but this Dresden-native is just too nice—and hot—to boycott. Apparently, she is too. A few dates at hot spots in Tel Aviv lead to a cross-cultural, steamy romance that eventually forces them both to break taboos, challenge prejudices, and uncover family secrets.
Spanning the vibrant nightlife and cultural scenes of Berlin and Tel Aviv in the shadow of rising terror in Europe, UNDERSKIN is a rare breed of literary erotica exploring the intricacies of romantic relationships amidst religious, cultural, and political differences.
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Born and raised in Los Angeles, Orit Arfa moved to Israel in 1999 and then to Berlin in 2016. A journalist, author, artist, songwriter, and media personality, Orit has written extensively on Israeli society, politics, and culture, and, most recently, German-Israeli affairs. UNDERSKIN follows her debut novel, THE SETTLER.