Merle’s always been one to play to stereotypes; in his mind, cat-calling women is just another day on the job. Daryl’s trained himself to ignore it—at least until a certain blonde walks into his life and refuses to walk back out.
He hurried to the vehicle and saw the blonde head leaning against the steering wheel, not moving. Thinking the worst he muttered “Shit,” as he pulled the door open. But her head came up quickly and her eyes went right to him, scared looking and with tears running down her face.
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Beth works as a lifeguard while she attends college in a beach community in the Lowcountry of South Carolina. One day, she meets a man on the beach who has obviously experienced some sort of trauma. Beth seeks to understand this good-looking stranger, Daryl, who has all of a sudden been dropped into her life. AU. Slow burn.
It’s a birthday party, with cake.. Beth and Daryl are always at the mercy of their matchmaking friends, but this time Rick and Michonne may have actually got it right. Song fic.. Listen to Emily Kinney’s ‘Birthday Cake’. I am currently obsessed!
First Place Best Smut for 2016 Moonshine Awards
First Place Best One-Shot for 2016 Moonshine Awards
Out of all the days and of all the luck, the elevator had to go and break. He was about to have a panic attack and sure, the girl in their with him was gorgeous but that wasn’t going to do him a bit of damn good if he was passed out. (A little steamy, but just kissing). Hope you enjoy 😉
After a breakup with his girlfriend, Daryl Dixon is left with nothing except a broken heart and their once-shared chocolate Lab, Louis. Swearing off women for the rest of his life, Daryl is more than ready to be alone forever. But Louis has other ideas when he has a run-in with a porcupine and has to go see the new vet in town, Dr. Beth Greene.
1st Place Best Multi-Chapter for 2016 Moonshine Awards
1st Place Best AU for 2016 Moonshine Awards
“I’m Beth Greene. I’m sorry if she was botherin’ you; she can be like a little escape artist sometimes.” She sticks her right hand out, while her left immediately goes to the kid’s head.
“Daryl Dixon.” He shakes her hand quickly and drops it as his eyes glance down. The kid’s just staring up at him with a big grin on her face.
“This is my Momma. Ain’t she pretty?”
Beth laughs. “Sorry, she’s four so we’re just learning social graces. I bought the house next door and we’re moving in.”
3rd Place Best One-Shot for 2015 Moonshine Awards