6+ quotes from Stealing Heaven by Elizabeth Scott

Quotes from Stealing Heaven

Elizabeth Scott ·  307 pages

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“Things... well, things suck sometimes. And sometimes you can fix it. And sometimes you can't. It's just the way it is.”
― Elizabeth Scott, quote from Stealing Heaven


“You know who you are you just have to believe it.”
― Elizabeth Scott, quote from Stealing Heaven


“My mother taught me to believe in silver, to believe in things, but I think it's more important to believe in me.”
― Elizabeth Scott, quote from Stealing Heaven


“I think... I think sometimes that's how it is. Sometimes people have to go before you get stuff. Before you can really get it.”
― Elizabeth Scott, quote from Stealing Heaven


“My name is Danielle. I'm eighteen. I've been stealing things for as long as I can remember.”
― Elizabeth Scott, quote from Stealing Heaven


“Because when I first saw you I thought─no, I knew─you were special. Because I still think that every time I look at you. Because I think you're smart and funny and brave. But most of all," he grins at me─ "because I like questions.”
― Elizabeth Scott, quote from Stealing Heaven


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Elizabeth Scott
Born place: The United States
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