Lugh is running out of time. Since the Mounds collapsed, Lugh has spent much of his time collecting the fey artifacts he needs to rebuild the magical realm. Lugh no longer has access to the magic of the fey realm and there is only so much of his own magic he can use before he begins to feel drained and without the fey realm to replenish his magic, Lugh is fading.
Now Lugh must race against time to save the remaining fey. He just needs to figure out who his allies are before it's too late.
In the fourth book in the Champion of the Sidhe series, Lugh is still fighting the effects of the "fade." He has decided that he will do whatever it takes to save the fey and he has teamed up with some unlikely allies to do so.
When we first meet Lugh in End of the World, he is the Seelie fey's golden boy. He will do anything to defend and uphold the honor of the fey.
By Protector of the Light, Lugh is still working toward saving the Seelie fey, only he is using more unconventional methods to do so, which includes teaming up with Selena, a vampire, and London, a human.
Typically, I tend to enjoy the Unseelie fey series more than the Seelie. There's just something about Donovan and the other Unseelie fey that makes them easier to relate to. The Seelie have always seemed like they are a higher class of fey and they know it. Poor Unseelie fey...
I do like how Lugh is showing more of his dark tendencies in this novel and is making some very drastic decisions to save the Seelie fey.
Overall, this was another great installment in the series! I loved flawed characters and this is probably awful to say, but I am looking forward to see how far Lugh will fall from the light.