Forty-something year old Jennifer Moran spends a lot of time on the couch, eating chocolate. Widowed at an early age, she has brought up her daughter and taught a generation of Jerusalem adolescents how to talk politely, in English. Now her child is an adult, and the finer points of English grammar have lost their allure. The Second Intifada is raging in Israel, and Jennifer turns her attention to the news and to the handsome British A2Z reporter who presents it. But when the reporter himself becomes the news, Jennifer's life takes a stunning turn as she is plunged into a world of political intrigue and danger. She seems to have ibtten off more than she can chew; and that's in addition to the chocolate.
For the Love of God and Virgins is a gripping love story that takes place against a background of convoluted agendas. As the action moves between Jerusalem and London the reader is caught up in Jennifer's yearning for peace, both in her country and at home.