Who could have known when Beth Greene wrote the letter so many lives would change forever.
It’s the summer of 1969 and with a draft card looming over his head like a cruel joke Daryl makes the most of the time he has left with the girl he plans on spending the rest of his life with, the girl whose heart is breaking at the thought of losing him to a war they don’t understand half a world away. AU No zombies in this one!
Taking place right after their escape from Terminus, the prison group and their new allies got out of there. It’s time for Daryl Dixon to tell Maggie what happened to her sister. And for us to learn where was Beth taken. Some Maggie and Daryl bonding. A bit of Rick. And a lot of Bethyl. No smut sorry.
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Beth gets a Holidays for Heroes card from her local church and decides to send a care package off to a deployed service member in Iraq. Daryl never got care packages from anyone when he was deployed, so when a box comes with his name on it from New York, he doesn’t know what to think.
He’s a War Vet having a tough battle with PTSD, she’s a girl struggling with her own depression. Can they help each other? This is a journey two people take out of the depths of depression, and back to having a reason to live, laugh and love
3rd Place Best AU for 2016 Moonshine Awards