Author Dr. Leigh-Davis, Helping Ladies in London Enhance their Cooking Skills & Sex Life

Dr. Leigh-Davis, well-known legal analyst & popular TV personality, will be in London signing copies of her newly revised cookbook "Cooking for the King," which includes some sex therapy.

Online PR News – 22-August-2013 – Beverly Hills, California – "London is becoming my second home!" exclaimed Dr. Leigh-Davis as she spoke about the newly released revised edition of her cookbook, "Cooking for the King." The controversial cookbook, "Cooking for the King," now has more photos and more sex tips. A cookbook at its heart, Dr. Leigh-Davis also gives several tips on how to keep the man of the house, (i.e. "The King",) happy at home. Dr. Leigh-Davis is an anthropologist who is becoming more well-known as a sex therapist, with her weekly radio show "Sex Therapy."

"If a woman is lucky enough to have a man at home, then she should celebrate him, and yes, I did say 'lucky,' " explained Dr. Leigh-Davis. A lot of women have been upset by Dr. Leigh-Davis' old fashion ways, which have been showcased when she has been a guest on Dr. Phil. Political pundit Beverly Tray has responded, "In the 21st century, it is very upsetting to many woman, to be told they should be at home servicing their men." Even after years of negative responses from women, (and even some men,) Dr. Leigh-Davis not changing her tune. The revised edition of "Cooking for the King" includes suggestions that women surprise their husbands at home wearing an apron with nothing on underneath; feed their husbands dessert off of their nude bodies; and emulate a 1950's housewife by greeting her husband at the door with slippers, cigar, and a cocktail.

Essentially a cookbook, what makes "Cooking for the King" unique is the relationship advice; sex tips; and even tips on how to communicate your needs to your partner. Notably, even though written for women, many men have stated, they gained a woman's perspective from the book. "I have never said women should go back to being housewives. Rather, even if you are a working woman, instead of running home to watch "The Bachelor" on television, why not spend some time celebrating your husband?" Dr. Leigh-Davis’ revised edition of the book, “Cooking for the King; A businesswoman’s guide to cooking for the man of the house, while taking care of business,” will soon be available on Amazon, iTunes, Barnes & Noble, and more.

Dr. Leigh-Davis is a law professor, retired attorney, anthropologist, and popular legal analyst and legal correspondent, who regularly appears on NBC news, CNN and Fox news. Additionally, Dr. Leigh-Davis is also a journalist with syndicated columns in several newspapers; host of the weekly radio show “The Real Deal;” and the former host of the Court TV television show, “The Court is in Session.” Currently, Dr. Leigh-Davis hosts the TV shows “The Legal Analyst,” and also, “Profiles in Philanthropy.” Both television shows air in syndication. More information about Dr. Leigh-Davis’ television, writing and radio projects, can be found on Dr. Leigh-Davis’ official website.