Beth Greene’s favorite holiday is New Year’s Eve. Every holiday is a blowout on the Greene family farm. Now if only Daryl Dixon would join the celebration in time for a midnight kiss.
No, Daryl Dixon didn’t want to think about the last five years of his life. It was too hurtful, too painful, and full of too much regret. But more importantly, he wished that he could forget-or at least stop thinking about the fleeting images of the last two years in particular.
Beth needs to get away from everything and gets into her car, just driving with no destination in mind. She finds herself in a small Georgia town in the middle of nowhere and decides it’s the perfect place to start over – especially when she gets a job at the town’s diner and sees one of the regulars, sitting in his corner booth every night.
1945. The war is over and soldiers are flooding home, ready to pick up the lives they have had on hold for the past few years. Daryl Dixon has no life to return to and no plans of what he is going to do with himself. When he meets Hershel Greene, and the man offers him a job on his farm, Daryl has no reason to turn him down.