“Love, Cajun Style is most definitely a tale that will remind you to give thanks for the special people in your life.”
  — Go-Girl.com

“Filled with playful vignettes of a fun-loving Cajun lifestyle, here’s a novel dealing with sexuality that can appeal to both conservative and liberal readers. . . . Realistic, affecting and enjoyable throughout.”

Kirkus Reviews

“Absolutely delightful, the sleepy town of Sweetbay is full of sassy and whimsical characters reminiscent of Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood and Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistlestop Café. Diane Les Becquets has written a gripping story fraught with the usual trials of adolescence (body image, lust/love, friendship) that is filled with humor and tenderness.”

— Curled Up With A Good Book

“This story is a sweet, homey novel.”

— Voice of Youth Advocates

“Perhaps the best thing to know about it is that it will make you smile, and more than once maybe even laugh out loud. I had a good time reading Love, Cajun Style and the first thing I did when I was done was pass it on to my niece. That’s probably the best compliment I can give it; I knew it was a pass-along book from the beginning.”

— Bookslut.com

“Les Becquets cooks up a pot of small-town Southern life that comes together like a jambalaya—spiced with humor and goodwill, with tasty chunks of occasional conflict and misunderstanding that melt away into a harmonious happy ending. The text is permeated by a general sense of warmth and well-being as it explores relationships that haven’t always gone smoothly, but endure and grow nonetheless.”