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.
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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.
Between the moonlight and the moonshine, Daryl has a few things to think about when it comes to Beth Greene.
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Four years after the attack on the prison. Daryl and Beth escaped with Judith and have been on their own ever since.
I was cussin’ out loud and thinkin’ bout quittin’. Lookin’ back now, I’m sure glad I didn’t. Because just when I thought it couldn’t get no hotter…I caught a glimpse of the farmer’s daughter.
While vacationing in Aruba, Beth falls head over heels in love.
They couldn’t bury Beth when they came out of the hospital, so Daryl returns to do things right. What he finds isn’t what he expects.
“Before I give it to you,” Daryl starts, the words falling freely from his mouth, as if this moment of intimacy has opened a floodgate. Beth’s quiet groan of frustration is nearly as amusing as it is arousing.
“How long have you wanted it?”