I rarely read contemporary real world fiction of any kind. Only for Courtney Milan would I read contemporary, New Adult, billionaire romance. Only Courtney Milan could make me like it.
Blake is the heir of a tech company, under pressure from his father to leave college and return to take control of it. Tina is a poor student trying desperately to make ends meet and pay her parents' bills. Blake proposes a swap until the end of the semester. Unknown to anybody, Blake is also dealing with other spoilery problems.
This is a Courtney Milan book, which means that Blake is pretty much the opposite of an alpha jerkwad and that the whole thing is as nerdy as a D&D game on the Starship Enterprise. There is dirty talk about SEC regulations. There is an extended metaphor about what it would have been like if Darth Vader had raised Luke from birth and put him above anything else in the Empire. There are intriguing side characters, particularly Blake's good-dad-Vader father and Tina's Chinese immigrant parents, whom I hope we'll get glimpses of in future entries in the series.
The logistics of the whole swap are handled extremely well, with full acknowledgement that they can never really trade lives because they each still came from a larger context. (If there is a flaw in this book, it's that this was acknowledged explicitly maybe one too many times.) This book is as funny and as touching as anything that Milan has written, and although I'm looking forward to her next historical, I'll be looking forward to the next book in this series, too.