Not Going Anywhere - Carl Grimes
Carl loved Y/N. He would do everything and anything for her. He had never felt this way about anyone ever. Y/N felt the exact same way about Carl. They had been together for a while now, ever since Carl had invited Y/N into the group after she almost shot him, thinking he was a walker. As cliché as it sounds, it was love at first sight.
Carl and Y/N decided to go hunting. It was something they loved to do together. Y/N decided to continue to hunt for a bit while Carl started walking back to the prison. He hated the idea of leaving her, but she insisted she’d be alright, after all, she is one of the best shooters out of the group. Carl smiled to himself as he thought of her. He bent down and picked some berries to go along with the freshly killed rabbit.
Suddenly, he heard an ear piercing scream. He could instantly tell it was Y/N.
“Y/N!” He yelled, not caring if he was attracting walkers. “Y/N!” His heart was going a mile a minute as tears built up in his eyes. Nothing could happen to Y/N, he would never forgive himself. The screaming continued and Carl could tell he was getting closer. He saw a tall man drag Y/N by the neck into the back of a large vehicle. Carl ran as fast as he could with his gun pointed at the man. “Let her go or I’ll shoot.” He screamed.
“She belongs to you?” The man laughed. Carl instantly recognized him. The Governor. “This shall be interesting.” He smirked.
“I said, let her go.” Carl said, more sternly this time. “I won’t hesitate to shoot you.” The Governor also pulled out a gun, but instead of pointing it at Carl, he pointed it to the backseat.
“Bullet for bullet.” He said, getting in to the front seat. Carl tried to run up to the now moving vehicle, but it was too fast. He shot at the tires, but it was too late. Y/N was gone. Carl fell to his knees, burying his head in his hands.
“Why?” He cried. “She doesn’t deserve this!”
The Governor kept Y/N in a small room with no windows and only one door. She was terrified, she had no idea what he would do to her. The suspense was slowly killing her.
A loud creak of the door snapped her out of her thoughts. It was The Governor, he wore a smug smile on his face as he approached Y/N.
“How have you been? Can I get you anything?” He asked, trying to get on Y/N’s nerves.
“You think you’re tough? You’re like fifty and you feel all bug and strong because you get tie up an eighteen year old girl? I’m so scared.” She fake pouted. “Please don’t hurt me!”
“What if I don’t hurt you, but I hurt your little boyfriend?” The Governor cocked an eyebrow, knowing that will make Y/N’s blood boil. “What’s his name again? Carson? Clarke? No, wait. Carl!” He smirked.
“Thanks for reminding me!” Y/N smiled, she had something up her sleeve. “Carl would be pretty pissed if I didn’t come home for the dinner he was making for everyone. Fresh rabbit, my favourite!”
The Governor had a confused look on his face, causing Y/N to smirk. The whole time they had been talking, she had been untying her hands. She look a long stride over to The Governor and punched him in the nose, causing his to stumble back and land on his ass. Y/N kicked him in the jaw twice and ran out of the room. She saw the truck The Governor drove her over in and decided to take a chance and drive it. She had never really learned how to drive because of the whole apocalypse, but she knew the basics. Y/N started the truck and hit the gas as hard as she could.
She had an idea of where she was going, but couldn’t be too sure. She kept driving, hoping this was the right way. Soon enough, she saw a large guard tower in the distance. She smiled, excited to see Carl again.
Once she arrived at the gates, she stepped out, showing it was her. Rick opened the gates, a look of relief on his face. He hugged her.
“We were getting ready to come find you, Y/N.” He told her. She smiled.
“No need. But, um, where’s Carl?” She asked. Rick laughed.
“We had to lock him up because he would have gone out by himself to find you.” He said. Y/N smiled as tears of happiness built up in her eyes. She ran up to the prison and to where Carl was being held. She heard him sobbing quietly, making her heart drop. She opened the door, causing Carl to shoot his head up, his eyes meeting hers.
“Y/N!” He gasped, “Y/N, you’re here!” He ran up and hugged her.
“I’m not going anywhere, Carl.” She said in his shoulder.