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|Game||The Sims 4|
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Monique Browne is a single Sim living with her young son, Damian Browne, in the quiet little town of Willow Creek. She recently moved to Willow Creek in order to get away from her newly ex-husband, who is implied to have been abusive towards her. Currently, Monique faces dilemmas in being unemployed and raising her fatherless child
Monique's background is a relatable one. Although, it is unknown whether her last name is a surname or a maiden name. She meets and marries some man, thinking that love will last. Together, they have Damian. However, Monique's husband starts abusing her. This causes Monique to divorce him and take Damian with her to a new town.
The Sims 4Edit
Monique takes Damian to Willow Creek where they move into the empty Riverside Roost in the Courtyard Lane neighborhood. Not too long after moving in, Monique meets one of the neighbors when she welcomes them. The neighbor is Joanna Parker. After they meet, Joanna suggests to Monique about a playdate for Damian and Joanna's daughter, Jenna Parker. Monique takes Joanna's offer and brings Damian over to the Parker home one day. While Damian is left with Jenna, Monique gets to know Joanna a little better. She spends time with Joanna by playing video games and they eventually become friends. Also, at some point, Monique meets and gets along with the Cagle family.
The next day, Monique learns that the Cagles are moving and is saddened by the fact. She is invited back over to the Parkers, along with David Wren, by Joanna to talk about it. She tells Joanna that she already knew and also tells Joanna that she is sad about it. However, Joanna quickly cheers Monique up before telling Monique about a suprise going away party for the Cagles to be held that Saturday. Along with David, Monique says the party is a great idea and agrees to come. On Saturday, she leaves Damian with a babysitter and heads over to the party where she chats with David and Jackie Rose, Joanna's younger sister. At the end of the party, Monique is thanked by the Cagles for the going away party.