Of Blood and Breath
Merle Dixon's son finds himself at the beginning of the end of the world. Forrest Dixon does what he can to find his father and uncle in an apocalypse, but finds a family with a group that he would never expect to be with. Will Forrest act as the way he was raised or will the end bring a beginning to a whole new man that young Forrest is becoming?
I apologize if the words show up without separated paragraphs because I definitely would never type like that. It's an error on this site and not my fault.
This will eventually become a Beth/OC. If you're just here for Beth, then skip to Chapter 21. She is introduced in that chapter.
I'm sorry if I made mistakes in the chapters, but it won't let me edit them. There's a few bugs on this site that need to be fixed.
If you rate the story down, that's cool, I won't be mad or anything, but could you tell me why? I won't be offended by it; I just want to improve my story.
Forrest grew up the redneck way, accustomed to prejudice, hunting, and other redneck practices. However, there had always been something that separated him from his redneck friends and neighbors; human decency. Will Forrest show the good man he is on the inside or will he act as he was raised? (Model: Colton Haynes)