Daryl can’t forget who Beth used to be, and she can’t seem to escape him; the vampiress and the vampire hunter.
As the building manager in a newly renovated apartment building, it’s Daryl Dixon’s job to make sure that things are working properly for all of the tenants. It’s his job to unclog the shower drain in apartment A2. It’s not his job to wonder where her boyfriend or husband is when she asks if he can help her put a baby crib together.
After the prison falls, Beth and Daryl are on their own. When they find the funeral home, they think they have found a safe haven. But then Beth is taken and Daryl will do anything to find her. But will he be able to help her after the trauma she’s been through? Will they ever be able to find their way into each other’s arms?
The first time with Daryl, Beth isn’t sure what to do about the fear he’s obviously feeling. But maybe, to push through it, all she has to do is get him to focus on a different feeling – and tell her about it.
Beth Greene goes into hiding after witnessing a crime by corrupt police officers. As she waits to testify she meets the mysterious older man, Daryl Dixon, in the apartment across the hall from hers. He’s aloof, sexy, and a man of questionable moral practices. As intriguing as he is, she’s afraid to fall in love.