He was biting his lip as he looked down, slowly shaking his head “no.” When he finally looked back up at her the expression on his face was so serious, but she saw something else there. It was behind the solemn look and the no-nonsense tone of his voice. It was the sadness in his eyes.
“Dammit Beth. I ain’t ever gonna be any more than what I am right now. Look at me, look at this place. Is this really all ya want?” Set in 1950. 21 chapters // 98,231 words
It just happens to be a convenient coincidence that a mere two blocks from the joint there’s off-street parking where he can leave his rig. He’s not kidding himself completely though, he knows if it was a five-mile hike he’d still stop just for the chance to sit, have a beer and look at her. He’d do damn near anything to see her. 4,629 words
When her dreams of being a rockstar fall flat, Beth comes back to her sleepy hometown. Daryl’s dog Pup failed to make the grade at guide dog school and instead of leaving him to an uncertain future Daryl becomes a reluctant dog owner. They meet in the most unexpected way and maybe Beth’s on to something when she says it’s a sign. Although Daryl has a completely different take on what that sign means to him. 42,410 words
Daryl needs to hear Beth say those three little words. Only she doesn’t give them up easily, and he’s quickly learning there’s only one surefire way to get her to do what he wants. He’ll beg her if he has to. Desperate times call for desperate measures, after all.
Daryl Dixon was six years old when his mother told him that he had the gift. His mom was long gone by the time he realized what she had meant. He wishes she had explained that day so he could ask who had the dumbass idea to refer to this as a “gift”.
3rd Place Best Fic It Fic for 2018 Moonshine Awards
Darkness floated around him like an aura. It was just there. Like it was his own personal darkness and it affected only him. It wasn’t just the look of him, it was the feeling surrounding him, the vibe he gave off. Yes, that was it, it was a dark and dangerous vibe. Daryl Dixon and Beth Greene Bethyl AU
2nd Place Best AU for 2018 Moonshine Awards
2nd Place Best Multi-Chapter for 2018 Moonshine Awards
3rd Place Best Happily Ever After for 2018 Moonshine Awards
He was a little wild back then, running with Merle and the boys, riding the highways every chance they got and walking a little too close to the edge. That was before he met the prettiest flower child in the whole hippie nation, Beth Greene. Bethyl Love