Poor Daryl Dixon has a terrible case for the neighbor down the street, he just doesn’t know how to approach her. Not until The Fab Five show up at his door.
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.
1st Place Best Series for 2017 Moonshine Awards
2nd Place Best Multi-Chapter for 2017 Moonshine Awards
3rd Place Best AU for 2017 Moonshine Awards
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.
Beth is a song writer hoping to write her own songs and sing them. She hopes to move on with her life but struggles to let go of the past. Daryl is a drifter, following Merle wherever he goes. Their paths cross and a friendship is formed. Beth realizes that she wants more but danger threatens their lives and the lives of her family. Will their relationship survive?
Daryl is a renowned Wood Sculptor, Beth Greene is just starting her art career and rents the shop next to his. …”the last thing he wanted to have happen was to ever be attracted to a woman. But when she looked at him with those big blues eyes it was like they were reeling him in.
2nd Place Best Multi-Chapter for 2016 Moonshine Awards
1st Place Best Classic for 2017 Moonshine Awards
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“I’m Beth Greene. I’m sorry if she was botherin’ you; she can be like a little escape artist sometimes.” She sticks her right hand out, while her left immediately goes to the kid’s head.
“Daryl Dixon.” He shakes her hand quickly and drops it as his eyes glance down. The kid’s just staring up at him with a big grin on her face.
“This is my Momma. Ain’t she pretty?”
Beth laughs. “Sorry, she’s four so we’re just learning social graces. I bought the house next door and we’re moving in.”
3rd Place Best One-Shot for 2015 Moonshine Awards