When news anchor Prometheus's ratings slide, he's faced with an ultimatum – get more viewers, or lose his job. So, with his favourite holiday, April Fool's Day, looming, he comes up with the perfect plan – a prank so compelling, everyone in the Colony will be watching his show.
Until his made-up news story turns out to be true…
Prometheus is handsome and popular, but his seat as anchorman on the nightly news may be in danger if he doesn’t come up with a very good story, and quick. He and his friends come up with an April Fools day prank, a stunning story about the discovery of alien life. Pandora is a geologist who just happens to be studying samples from the expedition used in Prometheus’s story. Maybe it isn’t a joke after all. They meet to discuss the possibilities, and before you know it, the story is not the only hot thing in town. This is an entertaining story with likeable characters, and sadly the end of the series. I enjoyed each of these quick reads about love in space.
Prometheus is a news anchor looking for a way to save his job. Pandora is a scientist who is overlooked and under appreciated. The two meet when a desperate ploy/ April Fool’s joke becomes much more.
This last story in The Colony series is a lovely conclusion to a wonderful bunch of wacky love stories. The ending leaves an opening for more stories which I sincerely hope will come to pass. If you’re looking for a quick read with a hea this series is for you.
I received an ARC from the author. I voluntarily review this book. This is my honest review.