A year after the mysterious slaughter of her entire family, Beth Greene is no closer to finding those responsible, and no one will believe her when she insists they weren’t human. But when she’s saved by – and proceeds to save – a monster of a very different kind, she finds herself drawing close to her goal in ways she never expected.
And he might be the most unexpected thing of all.
468,000+ words // 100 chapters & in progress
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He’d tracked her all the way to this creepy hospital with the cops that had a woman with dead eyes as a leader. There was no way Daryl was going to let Beth stand toe to toe with her without him being within arm’s reach.
Slow burn rated M for language and eventual adult situations.
280,000+ words // 40 chapters & in progress
Having lost their home at the prison, their family, and friends, Daryl and Beth are forced to set out on their own. The brutality of their world and their survival instincts will set them on a course to form a bond they never expected.
This story will follow the exploits of Daryl Dixon and Beth Greene after the fall of the prison in the Season 4 Mid-Season Finale.
270,000+ words // 83 chapters & in progress
First Place Best Work In Progress for 2016 Moonshine Awards
Second Place Best Work In Progress for 2017 Moonshine Awards
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In which Beth’s at the top of Daryl’s honey-do list.
(title from the Thompson Square song of the same name)
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After the moonshine shack, a situation arises that Daryl hasn’t had to deal with since before the dead started walking.
He just needs five minutes alone to take care of it.
But Beth, well, she’s always got to try and lend a hand doesn’t she?
Daryl decides to use his guard shift as some alone time and finds himself less than alone.
Daryl gets caught in a sticky situation.
Beth Greene is Daryl Dixon’s mail order bride in 1865 Montana.
Four years after the attack on the prison. Daryl and Beth escaped with Judith and have been on their own ever since.
Daryl Dixon has a problem.