Espresso in Manila by Patrick Higgins

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What began online for Ryan Tipton in search of Maricel Arcamo's heart deepened after he traveled halfway around the world to meet her in the Philippines. After spending a perfect week together, the marriage seemed far from certain for the couple in love …

A week later, their relationship quickly collapsed after Ryan remorsed his new girlfriend that he had never returned to the United States the day she dropped him off at the airport with her family. Instead, he stayed in the Philippines for another week to meet two other women. With her world completely destroyed, Maricel refused to take Ryan's calls, emails, or text messages.

Tipton was desperately looking for a second chance and was looking for advice from a divine couple he and Maricel had met in Manila. Ernesto and Gloria Angeles – owners of Agape Coffee and Pastry Shoppe – have been widely known for helping numerous couples build solid relationships over the years by using biblical principles as guides.

Under her constant guidance, Tipton returned to the Philippines a few months later as a changed man. His goal was to win back Maricel Arcamo at all costs. But after smashing her heart in too many places to count, did she have the courage to forgive him and reconcile the love they once shared?

Or were they already too far away for a new start …

Coffee in Manila not only shows how true love can happen online (for those who are ready to take the right steps along the way), but also reveals the myriad of potential dangers associated with online dating sites and all other platforms connected for social networks This is a must for anyone looking for a life partner on the Internet.

Review:

What a blessing it was to read coffee in Manila! This book is so fascinating and heartwarming. I think as pastors we need a lot of Ernesto and Gloria Angeles in our society. We also need many AGAPE COFFEE and PASTRY SHOPPES across the country to become sanctuaries for those who need guidance and guidance. I think this book will be an absolutely readable book in this generation. What a wonderful way to share God's love.
PastorDanny Lagdamen – Australia – Get up on Davao

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And look for Higgins' new novel "I Never Knew You" to be released in the coming weeks …

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