All I remember is this one scene, but it's been bothering me for a while and now I want to know what book it's from. The H and h are about to have sex, and the hero says something about how the heroine's breasts are different sizes. The heroine then thinks to herself (or says out loud, I don't remember) something along the lines of that she knows, since she sees them everyday.
I'm pretty sure it was a historical romance, probably Regency, but maybe Georgian or Victorian.
I know it was traditionally published by a major publisher, since I got it from the library.
I read it some time in the past couple years, meaning I have no idea when it was published. (Probably within ten years, but I'm not sure.)
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