Monique is a memoir based on a true story about a north London prostitute and drug mule.
The story follows the life of Kelly-Anne who is forced into prostitution at a young age and abused by many men and women.
When Kelly-Anne becomes pregnant, she must make a life-changing decision that will change her life. Her boyfriend/Pimp has other ideas, he wants to continue to control Kelly-Anne and will stop at nothing to keep her on his short leash.
As Monique, Kelly-Anne becomes addicted to cocaine and pot and trafficks drugs and money across European borders. She continues to be used by people.
But does she have the courage to break free from her past? Can she break the cycle that is forever keeping her a prisoner?
When her daughter is born, Kelly-Anne knows that her child's father will do everything he can to get her back. Her new partner Cookie has other ideas. For the first time, Kelly-Anne has found someone who isn't using her and wants her to have happiness. She begins to dream of a future that will make her and her daughter happy.
Can she break free?