* Please review even though this story is finished! I am redoing this story to fix the problems with it!*
When the group found her, she was just as shocked as they were. She thought she was one of the few left in the world and had never thought anyone would find their way there. She had found the house in the middle of the woods and been staying there the since the outbreak. There was a stream and a lake on the land with some fruit trees. It had power thanks to wind mills and a generator so there was food in the freezers that were in the basement.
The biggest surprise came to her in the form of one man with a cross bow, a truck and a bike. A man from her past, a man who broke her heart. But he was just as shocked to see her as she was to see him. The four years they had been apart hadn't mended his hurt feelings towards her. It only heighten his anger. He really hated the relief he felt at the sight of her.
They had intended on ignoring each other. She was happy to keep their past a secret but he was too vocal in his anger towards her. It didn't take long for everyone to notice the venom in his voice directed to her and her alone. They noticed the hurt and anger that would flash through her face when he talked to her. When the world is falling apart around you, should you hold onto past grudges? Or should you let them go and be thankful people you know are still alive? Can he be thankful?