He was biting his lip as he looked down, slowly shaking his head “no.” When he finally looked back up at her the expression on his face was so serious, but she saw something else there. It was behind the solemn look and the no-nonsense tone of his voice. It was the sadness in his eyes.
“Dammit Beth. I ain’t ever gonna be any more than what I am right now. Look at me, look at this place. Is this really all ya want?”
Set in 1950.
21 chapters // 98,231 words
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In a dim hospital room, Daryl is seriously ill. Beth and their four grown children are gathered around his bed. Encouraged by a nurse to talk to him, Beth begins telling their children stories of when she and Daryl first met, back in the fifties. And Daryl remembers Like it happened Yesterday.
1st Place Best Multi-Chapter for 2018 Moonshine Awards
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Imagine Daryl Dixon and Beth Greene meeting in 1958. He works in a motorcycle sales, repair and chop shop, she works at the drugstore and fountain across the street. Will these opposites find common ground?
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