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Stealing Heaven - Elizabeth Scott ”I stand in the shower and cry for what I’ve never had and never will. A real home. Things I can truly call my own and keep forever. Friends. I am in the place where you cry and mean it”Dani has never had the chance to settle down in one place, make connections with people or call a place her own. This is because from a young age all has learnt to rob places with her mom and then move to another town. However things change when Dani arrives at Heaven, she finds it strange that people actually want to get to know her and ask questions about her life. She soon find herself taking a step backwards, instead of finding out information about the houses they’re meant to rob, she finds herself being drawn closer to a friend that she never had in Allison and cop Greg.Greg *sighs* is so patient, sweet and funny, and I especially loved the banter between him and Dani ”You’re smiling” “So? I smile all the time. Not like some people” “What are you saying?” “What do you think I’m saying?”“I think you’re a pain in the ass”“There we go” he says “I knew I could do it”“Do what?”“Make you smile”“I’m not smiling” I tell him. But I am I can feel itIt definitely lightened up the mood to the book, as I found that each time Dani’s mum made an appearance I was becoming increasingly irritated. Dani’s mum was so selfish and self-absorbed that she rarely had anytime for Dani. Stealing Heaven was my first Elizabeth Scott book; her writing was so touching and witty that it definitely left me wanting to read more of her books