One of the most profound influences of globalisation is that people from everywhere are falling in love with people from everywhere else. The Globalisation of Love is about the whirls and twirls, the quirks and perks, the frustrations and the fun of a multicultural relationship. Multicultural couples have all the issues that exist in monocultural relationships, plus whatever colourful combination of culture, language, religion and ethnicity the couple bring into their marriage. Based on interviews with multicultural couples from around the world, The Globalisation of Love shows how they meet and fall in love, how they choose a country to live in, what happens in bilingual and trilingual families, how they deal with multicultural kids and careers, the consequences of having a family that looks like a mini-United Nations, how to laugh about cultural clashes that make you cry, how to share in prayer around the world, what is done for the holidays, what is cooking in the multicultural kitchen and even who is cooking it. There is a world of multicultural romance happening out there and it is all captured in The Globalisation of Love.