Beth shows up at the gates of Alexandria with Morgan, a doctor, one blind eye, and no solid memories of anything that happened after the Greene Farm fell. Can Daryl help her remember who she’d become before she nearly died?
Beth works as a nurse in residence Rosewood, and she’s one of the very few people who Mrs. Dixon seems to tolerate, but when the management threatens to expel the old woman if her behavior doesn’t improve, Beth starts looking for her relatives and runs into Daryl Dixon.
The danger had passed and Daryl was reunited with Beth, but what did she really mean to him? With the full group back together his emotions were as clouded as ever. A passionate sense of desire was darkened by his hesitation and self-doubt. – Takes place after the season 4 finale.
My attempt at a Bethyl one-shot is no longer that.
“It took a while to get here, it’s been a long hard road and I’m still bouncing back, heaven only knows, how I came out Like a Rose”
“Listen here, Boo Berry. I’m sick of your shit.” Daryl hisses out in a furious whisper, spinning to stare him right in the face. The ghost is so shocked at being addressed so directly he nearly steps right back through the door. “I’m with my girl. Which means I’m off the fuckin’ clock. So do me a favor and fuck off to whatever spiritual plane you annoying shits go to when you ain’t botherin’ me.”
1st Place Best Humor for 2016 Moonshine Awards