Confessions Of The Sausage Queen

Confessions Of The Sausage Queen

by Ute Carbone

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BN ID: 2940045649469
Publisher: Champagne Books
Publication date: 07/18/2014
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 403 KB

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Confessions Of The Sausage Queen 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
UndercoverBookReviews More than 1 year ago
~Received For An Honest Review~ Need something to make you laugh and to think about while you're out fighting the crowds this holiday season? Try this book. It's well balanced and written with just enough humor to keep you on your toes. Ute Carbone took this story and made it into one that everyone will remember!!
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Natasha Jackson for Readers' Favorite After a sexual romp in the hydrangea bushes with Lila Rose, Bill Ludowski is now dead. Bill was the owner of the biggest employer in Kassenburg as the namesake of Bill’s Big and Tasty Sausage, so the entire town is wondering who will be taking over. But before we learn who will become the next sausage heiress, Confessions of the Sausage Queen starts with a pretty hilarious funeral scene. Kudos to author Ute Carbone for finding a way to make such a somber event laugh out loud hilarious! After the funeral, we learn that Bill’s long-time lover, Lila, is now the owner of Bill’s Big and Tasty Sausage while her granddaughter, Mandy, is named as CEO. So the story really kicks off with Mandy struggling to actually be a CEO while one of Bill’s grandsons is dead set on selling the sausage factory. What sets Confessions of the Sausage Queen apart from similar tales is that Mandy has a unique voice that is funny, straightforward and down home. She doesn’t sugarcoat her words and she has a big heart, which makes her just about the best character in the story…aside from Lila, of course. While this is Mandy and Lila’s story, Ute Carbone has given us a host of characters that run the gamut from uptight to crazier than a loon. They add local flavor to the story and a solid dose of humor. This could have been a much heavier story with a town reliant on one industry and an executive intent on selling, but Mandy, the sausage workers and most of the rest of Kassenburg lend a hand to figure it all out. This was a super fun story with a great plot and even better characters.