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In 1995, Monique Greenwood pursued a newfound love for hospitality by opening her first B&B in Brooklyn, NY while also working as a magazine editor. Then, five very busy years later, she landed a dream job at Essence magazine, the leading publication for African American women. Monique quickly rose to become editor-in-chief—even as she continued to run the B&B. Much to everyone's shock, Monique eventually decided to walk away from her high-profile job at Essence. After juggling two professions for years, she wanted to focus on building the B&B business with her husband, Glenn, with the goal of creating a legacy they could pass on to their daughter, Glynn.Today, Akwaaba Bed & Breakfast Inns is the most successful B&B business on the east coast and Monique remains the hands-on force behind it. She runs her now four inns the only way she knows how—as the heart and soul, the everything planner and the innkeeper. Ever-helpful, Monique even finds herself offering advice to her guests when they confide in her.
A married couple that has lost over 500 pounds checks in with the goal of getting their sexy back. Monique tries to convince her daughter, Glynn, to embrace her legacy and commit to the family business.
Monique gets to the bottom of why a couple at the Inn is still engaged after 11 years. A married couple checks in at their breaking point, due to the husband's repeated infidelities.
When Carol's Daughter founder Lisa Price decides to renew her wedding vows after 25 years, Monique and staff pull out all the stops. A couple in a long-distance relationship need advice about moving in together. Glenn takes Monique on a date.
Monique prepares a graduation party for her daughter, Glynn, as Glynn faces an impossible decision—whether to become a writer or an innkeeper. A couple grieving over the loss of their son find comfort in the presence of guests John and Aventer Gray.
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