" Despite this being the kind of romance where you want to bash the hero and heroine's heads together, I couldn't help enjoying this installment in Jeffries' School for Heiresses series. For one thing, we get to see the inner workings of the school. Teacher Madeline Prescott is scientifically curious about human nature, and naturally her interest in notorious rake Anthony is strictly scientific. Well, actually she needs his help to clear her father's name, and her attempts to get it without actually revealing anything to our hero keeps the plot going. Madeline is an appealingly intelligent character, although she suffers from plot-induced stupidity. The book is saved by the hilarous scenes of Anthony instructing the students of Mrs. Harris' school on how to avoid rakes. "
— Eviltwinjen, 2/1/2014