A Moment of Awesome is also awarded to Daniel Carpenter, for attacking the phages that show up at the Carpenter home with nothing more than a fire poker and sheer balls. That it was ultimately futile does not diminish this in the slightest, particularly in light of the psychic beating he took on behalf of his family.
Harry vs. the Merlin : at Molly Carpenter's trial.
Harry vs. Dirty Cop Greene over Molly. Greene has Molly in interrogation, and Harry gets her out using some extraordinarily swift thinking, knowledge of the legal system, a nosy reporter, and about two metric tons of awesome. The poor cop never had a chance.
At the horror movie convention, Harry takes on a freaking xenomorph! Complete with quotes from the movie.
Morgan got within YARDS of personally offing the King of the Red Court. Say what you will about his personality, the man is Badass.
He didn't get that close by chance, either. While we don't get to see the fight, it was mentioned he had to cut his way through three Red Court Dukes, the sight of which was presumably what convinced the King to get his undead ass out of there. It says something about Morgan's level of badassery that not one character in the books doubts for a moment that he COULD have taken the King had he just gotten a little closer.
This is even further enhanced by Changes, where we learn that the Red King's greatest minions are the Lords of the Outer Night - meaning Morgan likely had to cut through at least one of those guys to get so close to the King.
Harry serving Maeve, the Queen To Be of the Winter Court.
Maeve:“Tell me, mortal. When was the last time flesh, new and strange to your hand, lay quivering beneath you, hmm? When was the last time you could taste and feel some little lovely’s cries?”
Harry: "Technically? When I killed Aurora."
Michael spends most of the entire book mysteriously absent and out of contact. He returns at the end for a Big Damn Heroes moment, during which it is revealed he was off on a Big Damn Heroes mission for Injun Joe and McCoy, who are both members of the Senior Council. McCoy says that if he hadn't shown up, no one would have survived.
Give Michael another plug when the Merlin realizes that even the Senior Council would be unwise to confront the Knight who wields the Sword of Love by threatening his daughter.
It's likely that the Merlin realized that Michael showing up just when he did was one of the Deus ex Machina coincidences that shows that the Knights are "on the clock" for the Almighty. One crosses them only at extreme peril in those circumstances.