Trouble on a supply run.
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Daryl was the emotionally damaged bad-ass, never much caring if he lived from one day to the next. Beth was the angel who came into his life to save him from everything he needed saving from, most of all himself and his self-destructive habits. Can she be the salvation that he never even knew he needed?
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After a gruelling twenty-four hour watch at the prison, Daryl falls into a dream where he can touch Beth in all the ways he desperately wants to. But something about this dream is different, more vibrant. But he’s still Daryl, she’s still Beth, and this is all just a dream. Right?
She should have run the moment she heard the sound of a vehicle in the distance. She should have already been hidden when the headlights blinded her as she stood in the middle of the road. She should have done a lot of things before that black car stopped in front of her and a man stepped out of the vehicle, but between her sprained ankle, adrenaline-high from escaping the walkers, and Daryl’s promise that he would meet her on the road, Beth didn’t move.
After Daryl goes through some pretty heavy shit, he gets reunited with Beth.
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