The internet globalized trade, friendship and marriage. One should think it would eradicate wars. It did nothing to connect cultures. While an apology could now reach an entire country with a click of a mouse, no one has used the internet to heal wounds between nations. Instead the internet has created pocket wars almost invisible to the naked eye.
When a marriage between two people of different race turns into a war, there could be at least one casualty. When a body gets discovered it becomes news for a short period of time and then nothing but a statistic number.
The book attempts to correct misconceptions on the character of the enigmatic Filipina. There is no divorce law in the Philippines, so internet savvy and English fluent Filipinas search for their second chance in cyber space. It details the cultural differences that could destroy any marriage in good faith, a must read for anyone contemplating marriage to a Filipina. It brings to attention the racial prejudice prevalent in interracial marriages against which there is no law.