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Damn Him to Hell (Saturn's Daughter #2)

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Justice is blind. Justine isn’t. Book two in the Saturn's Daughter series, in which Tina Clancy is gifted with the power to dispense justice...for good or evil.

Tina Clancy is adapting to her new life as one of Saturn’s Daughters while living in the toxic part of Baltimore known as The Zone, and occasionally acting as a champion of the downtrodden, the weird, the innocent..
Paperback, 358 pages
Published June 25th 2013 by Pocket Books
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All Things Urban Fantasy
Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy

DAMN HIM TO HELL, the second book in the Saturn's Daughter series, is a fun, different urban fantasy in that there aren't any vampires or werewolves, and some of the weirdness is explained by chemicals, not any kind of magic. We still have the standard heroine with special powers kicking ass and taking names, but the setting and other aspects provide enough of a twist that it isn't too cliche.

At the end of the first book Justine, aka Tina, is just disc
May 26, 2013 Beth rated it really liked it
Shelves: paranormal, own, edelweiss
Damn Him To Hell was a quirky, fun adventure with a rag tag group of misfits facing against an evil foe. With the flare of Warner Brothers Looney Toons, this group will having you laughing out loud and holding on to the edge of your seat.

Tina Clancy recently discovered her abilities as Saturn's daughter, she has can judge and condemn peoples souls to heaven or hell. Just earning her law degree, Tina is familiar with the judicial system but choosing an eternity for someone in hell is a totally di
Initial thoughts: Meh. This one was a difficult one to finish. It was repetitive and I didn't really feel anything for the main character. I think that this is it for me and this series.

The Review: When we last left our heroine Tina, she had inadvertently damned her boyfriend Max to hell. Poor Max. Max’s soul is returned, but alas, his body is no longer available so he must come back as his evil cousin Dane Vanderventer. Ok, got it? So now Dane is really Max and Tina, she’s still Tina and she’
Shelley aka Gizmo's Reviews
*Genre* Urban Fantasy
*Rating* 2.5-3


Damn Him to Hell is a total let down from Boyfriend from Hell. The constant repetitiveness regarding the fact that Tina Clancy is a lawyer, was ridiculous. Yes, we get that you graduated from law school and are now working as a clerk for a judge. Yes, we know that you didn't have a normal upbringing because of your activist mother. Yes, we know that you now have some wacky powers that supposedly come via your grandmother Themis and Saturn. We also get
Nov 20, 2014 Isis rated it really liked it
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Justice is blind. Justine isn’t. Book two in the Saturn's Daughter series, in which Tina Clancy is gifted with the power to dispense justice...for good or evil.

Tina Clancy is adapting to her new life as one of Saturn’s Daughters while living in the toxic part of Baltimore known as The Zone, and occasionally acting as a champion of the downtrodden, the weird, the innocent...and the sometimes not-so-innocent.

Just when she finally lands a real law job, the Zone is blasted by poiso
Mar 16, 2013 Parajunkee rated it really liked it
Shelves: reviewed
Just as good as the first! With a bit more action. A really enjoyed this ... how long do I have to wait for book three?? Ack.
Barbara ★
This is a fun, quirky adventure with an unusual group of misfits facing off against the ACME chemical plant which has just unleashed a pink and green cloud of something nasty that is dropping old people like flies...well actually like coma patients. Though more intense than the first book which had more a humorous bent, this installment has non-stop action from page one all the way until the end. The characters face more serious problems and moral dilemmas that show their growth throughout the b ...more
Jun 30, 2013 Bookmom rated it liked it
Tina Clancy had recently learned that she's a daughter of Saturn and must watch what she says when angry as a curse from her now not only makes things happen, but each one causes a consequence for herself which can be good or bad. And she wasn't given a rulebook in how to dispense justice with her newfound "gift."

She lives in an area referred to as The Zone, an area affected by an accident from Acme, a chemical plant. The Zone is a place where strange things are now commonplace and only those af
Jun 18, 2013 Kristen rated it really liked it
GENRE: Urban Fantasy
THEME: Action, Romance, Magic

Stepping back into the chaos and insaneness that is the Zone, Quaid has officially hooked me into the Satan’s Daughter series with this second installment. I was laughing, gasping, and asking, “did that just happen?” throughout the entire book. I adore this quirky series and its lovable and crazy characters.

Damn Him to Hell follows Tina Clancy, who has not only just received her law de
Jul 11, 2013 Stephanie rated it liked it
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DAMN HIM TO HELL Puts Saturn's Daughters In a Sophomore Slump

Saturn's Daughters Book 2
by Jamie Quaid
Simon and Schuster/Pocket
June 25, 2013
Mass Market Paperback/E-Book 388 pages
Book provided by publisher via Edelweiss for fair and honest review.
No remuneration was exchanged and all opinions presented herein are my own except as noted.

Moral quandaries take center stage as environmental, political and personal disasters threaten Ju
Jun 11, 2013 Dianne rated it liked it
Shelves: galleys-arcs
One thing you have to know when you first start this book and you really SHOULD read “Boyfriend from Hell” first) is that this series is one you cannot take seriously. This is quite the cartoonish series.
Tina Clancy has recently found out that she is one of Saturn’s daughters and will be dispensing justice with just a thought. This does not bode well for those needing punishment since Tina doesn’t want to take a chance that she isn’t supposed to kill people she is common up with some very crea
Christy LoveOfBooks
Jun 30, 2013 Christy LoveOfBooks rated it really liked it

Damn Him to Hell is the second book in the Saturn's Daughter series. I read the first book, Boyfriend from Hell, last year and liked it. I wasn't over the moon about it, but I thought it was a pretty good start to a new urban fantasy series. So I was anxious to read this one to see if it was going to completely win me over. I did like it more than the first, but it's still not a full out love yet. I do, however, love the cover!

Boyfriend from Hell picks up not too long after Damn Him to Hell l
Jun 21, 2013 Kt rated it liked it
Review originally posted on my blog: A Book Obsession..

Being the Daughter of Saturn and being able to dispense justice should have come with a rule book, but since it didn't Tina is still trying to find her way with her new damning powers. Meanwhile trouble is stirring in the zone when a mysterious gas is leaked that causes the old and the injured to go violently ballistic then fall into an unbreakable coma. Even worse are the constant reminder messages coming from those she's sent to hell. Thin
Jun 19, 2013 Pamela rated it liked it
Rated 3.5; Review courtesy of Romance Junkies:

Tina Clancy has been living in Baltimore's radioactive Zone. She works part time at Chesty's, a local bar in the Zone, and on the nicer side of the tracks at a law firm. Passing the bar and being able to officially become a lawyer is wonderful news, but Tina's celebratory mood is cut short when an explosion occurs at Acme Chemical. Suddenly, there is a massive cloud hovering over the Zone and people are suffering fits of rage and unconsciousness.

Jun 20, 2013 LilyElement rated it really liked it
Being one of Saturn's Daughters isn't the easiest thing in the world. Since accidentally damning her boyfriend to hell in book one (Boyfriend from Hell) Tina Clancy has learned a little bit on how to control her power(s). However that won't help her out much when The Zone, the toxic part of Baltimore, suddenly has pink gas floating around and turning people into crazy, violent people. If that isn't enough the chemical plant that is near the town is trying to cover it all up and craziness ensues. ...more
Jun 13, 2013 Melliane rated it really liked it
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I was really looking forward to read this second volume after being overwhelmed by the ideas of the first one. I admit that I was quite surprised to see how the novel was going on; I did not expect that at all. Not that it isn’t great, no, but it’s just a little different and the story is focused on one big event. However, it also allows us to better understand some aspects of this world and all its inhabitants.

The area is swept by a terrible plague, indeed,
Jul 18, 2013 Mel rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
While I liked Boyfriend From Hell the first book in Jamie Quaid's highly imaginative Saturn's Daughter series, I REALLY liked Damn Him to Hell. I'm now hooked on this world, The Zone, Tina, and most especially the incredibly smexy bad boy with a questionable past, Andre.

Saturn's Daughter is by far the most bizarre and unique urban fantasy world I've had the joy of reading and I can't wait to see what Ms. Quaid and her warped sense of humor dream up next. Full review can be found here: http://ww
Lenore (Biblliolatry Me!)
I generally love Urban Fantasy but Damn Him to Hell just wasn't the book for me. The concept of the book was great but not at all what I expected. I would have liked for the setting and the Zone to be described in more detail so I could envision Tina's world. Tina was a hard character to connect with. She came off as snooty with a bad attitude about her destiny in life. There seemed to be many angles and ideas that would have been great to the storyline, but nothing seemed to pan out.

Read the fu
Jennifer  (Books That Hook)
May 04, 2015 Jennifer (Books That Hook) rated it it was amazing
Review Courtesy of: Books That Hook

Damn Him to Hell was a wonderful continuation of Tina’s story. I thought it was better than book one. This was a hard book to put down!

The opening of the book is great; it captures the reader’s attention in the first line.

Jamie Quaid makes it easy for readers to jump into the series, even if they haven’t read the first book. Even with the history and setting descriptions she injects into the story, it doesn’t lag. She tells you what you need to know and quickly
Jul 18, 2013 Stacy rated it liked it
Shelves: edelweiss, requested
I was excited to jump into DAMN HIM TO HELL, I thoroughly enjoyed the world of Saturn's Daughter from the first chapter of book 1. The zone is a place like no other and the people and creatures that live there keep you guessing. Although there is a lot going on in book 2, I unfortunately found myself board at times while reading. I don't know if it was over explaining or dragging out of events. Maybe both at points? Despite that, I enjoyed the character growth.

Tina is now a lawyer and moves for
Oct 13, 2013 Darcy rated it really liked it
Shelves: uf, 2013
With this book I am firmly a fan of the Zone, in fact I sort of wish that I could live there too.

I like seeing Tina wade through the new changes to her life, becoming a Zonie, learning more about being Saturn's daughter, and just living. I keep hoping for more with the relationship between Tina and Andre. Andre is so mysterious, that you can't help but like him and want to know more. I was glad that we did, but it was so difficult for Andre to share things. I love how Tina refereed to Andre as
Jul 18, 2013 Jana rated it liked it
Shelves: absent-parent

Damn Him to Hell

This was still quirky, action-packed fun, but I fervently wished a copy editor had paid closer attention to weeding out the endless repetitions, inconsistencies and downright mistakes. If I have to read one more time how Tina is going on about her hair being all lustrous thanks to Saturn awarding her for damning her boyfriend to hell, I’m going to pop a vessel. I’m not senile. I’ve got it the first dozen times she mentioned it and I fail to see the hidden meaning however often sh
Aug 21, 2013 Christyn rated it really liked it
Damn Him to Hell, the second book in Quaid's Saturn's Daughter series was a good read. Though more intense and not as light as the first book it still doesn't venture into the uber dark territory that some urban fantasy/paranormal books tend to do. Things are more serious in this book and the characters face more challenges. I couldn't put it down, things were happening one after another and I had to keep reading until everything was solved. Well everything that could be solved in this book was ...more
Aug 25, 2013 Waverly rated it really liked it
Tina finds her footing as a lawyer and a Zonie in this second book of the series. Some residents still remember the industrial accident that turned their Baltimore neighborhood into a place where electronics rarely work, gargoyles fly, dumpsters scuttle down back alleys. Acme corporation unleashes another environmental disaster while Tina and her friends are celebrating at Chesty's after she passes the bar exam; close friends fall victim to the noxious cloud rolling outwards from the factory, bu ...more
Oct 16, 2014 Erica rated it really liked it
It was a little too much in her head but quotes like below made it funny:
"That’s how I’d learned our Dumpsters traveled. I’d thought they were spying on me until one night I caught them dancing." Lmao... Catching dumpsters dancing. I feel like the heroine rambles like no other in this series but it's funny so it gets a pass :). I find the story a tad confusing but it's all mostly like a silly unraveling mystery. I do like Tina a lot so she makes reading it enjoyable also... I just wish she woul
Feb 06, 2014 Tammy rated it it was amazing
Shelves: paranormal, sci-fi, magic
Who would have thought that a Saturn's Daughter would actually become a lawyer? Well that's what happened to Tina. She's now a member of the bar association and the attraction to Dane/Max and Andre is getting even hotter, especially with Andre. Dane/Max may be losing his mind as he starts to see the real Dane in fire and hear his voice. With Gloria finally out of the way (and did Tina really see what she thinks she saw????) things should get back to a symblance of normal now in the Zone.
Oct 05, 2013 melissa rated it it was ok
Shelves: unfinished
I hate to do this being 1/2 done, but I'm giving up on page 158. Clancy is simply annoying and seriously needs to get laid if she's getting excited simply by someone grabbing her arm. Buy the girl some batteries or let her hook up with one of the guys chasing her.

Also, about 1/4th of what I've read is either rehashing things that happened in book 1 or in this book. Seriously don't need to keep reminding us, we've got this. And, well, radioactive gas that just puts old or sick people into a coma
Roxanne Rhoads
Jun 02, 2013 Roxanne Rhoads rated it it was amazing
Fabulous new spin on urban fantasy.

After spotting this book for review on Edelweiss, I requested it and ordered book one from the library so I could read them in order.

I was hooked from the first page of Boyfriend from Hell and devoured it so I could move on to book 2.

Quirky, different, and fun this series fit into the urban fantasy genre perfectly even without a vampire or werewolf in sight.

I read them back to back and totally fell in love with this series, the characters and The Zone.

Love, lov
Jillian Ivy
Aug 26, 2013 Jillian Ivy rated it really liked it
I thought the world building was very good here. I liked the combination of humor along with the world falling apart vibe. Reminded me a little of Douglas Adams. I'll have to go back and ready the Boyfriend from Hell, since I got a little lost in the Saturn's daughter thing. Wasn't sure what Tina is supposed to know.
Misty Gee
Apr 12, 2015 Misty Gee rated it it was amazing
Shelves: books-reviewed
This was a great second part to the story. I hope there will be a third. Its a great story. I'm totally hooked on it. It will deffently be finding its way into my collection soon.
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With several million books in print and New York Times and USA Today's bestseller lists under her belt, former CPA Patricia Rice is one of romance's hottest authors. Her emotionally-charged contemporary and historical romances have won numerous awards, including the RT Book
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