The wedding date was set and there wasn’t a thing to worry about, he’d be back home in plenty of time to make it. He was leaving Viet Nam in just two weeks.
They met at the bar, but she’s nothing like the women he’s met in bars in the past. Then again he’s no longer the man he was back then either. He knows that if this is gonna go anywhere he’s gonna have to come clean. She doesn’t even want to be here until she is. And she doesn’t know she wants someone like him until she does. And then she isn’t sure how she ever lived without him.
2nd Place Best Series for 2017 Moonshine Awards
His big brother Merle was eighteen that summer, Daryl had just turned eight. At his tender age, he had no idea, no concept that it would be his most life-changing summer. It was the summer he met Beth Greene.
1st Place Best AU for 2017 Moonshine Awards
3rd Place Best Multi-Chapter for 2017 Moonshine Awards
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.