After an encounter with a ghostly stranger, Daryl gets a glimpse into “what could be”. Will he stay on his path of darkness, or make a U-turn toward Beth and the light?
Daryl Dixon’s world is set up on end with the knowledge of daughter he never knew he had. But then again, was that world so great to begin with? Daryl has choices to make about the kind of man and father he wants to be. It may take him some time to understand he might want something else out of his life too… perhaps a petite blonde with a killer smile.
Daryl Dixon has been working as a farm hand for Hershel Greene and now he’s caught the eye of his youngest girl, Beth. When she turns up at a bar Daryl frequents, he decides he’s got her all figured out and he’s going to put her in her place. It seems like a good plan until Beth turns the tables on him.
17 year old Beth and her friends sneak out one night to go to a bar. Daryl is the barman and instantly the pair have an attraction towards one another. Beth lies about her age to Daryl but after dramatic events, she’s forced to come clean. Daryl loves this woman but can he deal with her being only 17 years old?
Beth’s stupid-ass friends are determined to make her eighteenth birthday memorable. Their antics leave her stranded in the bad part of an unfamiliar town, currently patrolled by Officer Shane Walsh. Threatened by criminals and cops alike, she’s forced to hunker-down with a group of roughs, including a certain ornery redneck.