Stealing Heaven's unique premise caught my attention. Danielle and her mother are thieves. They make their living by taking others'. They pick a target, research them, burgle them, and then skip town. Danielle will do anything for her mother, but at the same time, all she wants is to settle down somewhere.
Danielle was a relatable, likeable, three-dimensional character. She was constantly conflicted between doing what her mother wanted and what she wanted. She was also wry and sarcastic, and kind of standoffish. I liked how realistic she was.
Her love interest, Greg, is now one of my favorite guys from a book ever. He was funny, not-perfect-looking (does anyone else get turned off by guys in books who are perfect?), and sweet.
Elizabeth Scott's writing was, as always, a pleasure to read. Her style is light, humorous, and sweet. Her books have their serious moments, sure, but the bantering scenes between the protagonist and the love interest always steal the show.
I give Stealing Heaven a 4 out of 5.