How Dark the Light Shines
Long before Deston was born, the gods chose him to be the match to drive away the darkness from the planet. But Deston has no desire to be a hero. He just wants to fit in and be accepted as one of the fae and live happily-ever-after in Tir na-nÓg with his parents and Margaux.
After having spent months running away and denying who he is, Deston finally comes to the realization that he will never find the happiness he desires as long as Grossard has the Shard of Erebus. He may not like it, but he can't change his destiny and he has no other choice but to pick up the mantle the gods laid out for him and put his own wishes aside; for his human side is what is needed to do what the fae cannot—kill Grossard. Every minute he denies the inevitable puts his loved ones in greater danger and Grossard one step closer to his goal, and Deston is determined that no one else will get hurt.
This is Deston's last epic journey—the final showdown between light and dark, good and evil, and he knows the stakes could not be higher. But what he doesn't know is that even if he wins, it could very well cost him the very thing he wants most in the world—to become a real fae.