Hope in Sherlock: Book 3
She crouched down so she was eye level with the broken man. "I'm not leaving, Mr. Holmes. Not until you're better again."
Sherlock looked her in the eyes. "Oh Monique." He said, leaning forward until his lips brushed against her ear. "Good luck."
With Maggie's recent departure, Sherlock finds it to be a struggle to continue with his every day routine. While others take each day one at a time until they can move on, the detective remains in his cocoon-otherwise known as 221b Baker Street.
This is where Monique steps in.
Small, unpredictable, yet ordinary, Monique attempts to pull 'Mister Holmes' back on his feet.
How can such an average woman help a man like Sherlock Holmes when others have failed?
Who is she and why is she here?
How does she, a stranger, have hope in Sherlock when nobody else does?