A Place Called Heavenly by gneebee

A Place Called Heavenly

He saw her the very minute she arrived in Heavenly. He watched, trying his best to go unnoticed, while taking in every detail about the way the woman looked as the driver helped her down from the coach. She was small, slight of build, young. Her skin was fair and her hair was golden and she was a real special kind of pretty. 

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this is how you survive by leftmywingshome

this is how you survive

Takes place in S5, Beth was taken by the Grady cops but got away. The funeral home was just the beginning. Daryl almost lost her so he’s not wasting any more time. Survival is about more than fighting the dead. It’s about living too.

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Be Still My Beating Heart by LeighJ

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Beth and Daryl were separated when she was kidnapped and despite running all night for her, they stayed separated a very long time with Daryl finding Joe’s group and never running into Rick, Michonne, and Carl. Now on a lonely night and a lonely road, they find each other again but somethings going on with Beth and Daryl needs to know what that is. He’ll do anything to find out.

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Country Matters by gutsforgarters

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There’s a birth control shortage at the prison, but Daryl doesn’t much mind. Him and Beth don’t gotta fuck to get each other off; there’s plenty of other stuff that they can do.

Only, it turns out Beth’s got herself some opinions on that shit.

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Ride the Storm by abbas_ragamuffin

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Written for Bethyl Smut Week, it takes place sometime in the prison-era before the Woodbury residents join. (Beth is 17, tagging underage in case) Basically, they go on a run on the motorcycle and Beth gets a little turned on.

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