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Initial post: Nov 6, 2012 6:15:26 AM PST
Lord Rose says:
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.)

Posted on Nov 6, 2012 11:00:28 AM PST
CP says:
I remembered reading something along those lines myself not long ago. I googled it and remembered that I read something similar in Tessa Dare's in A NIGHT TO SURRENDER.

Then he pulled back, studying her in the dark. "Have you noticed," he said conversationally, "that your right breast is a bit larger than the left?" Susanna was sure her cheeks must be glowing in the dark, her blush came so fast and fierce. "They're my breasts. Of course I've noticed." And I've only been self-conscious about it all my adult life, thank you very much.

Dare, Tessa (2011-08-30). A Night to Surrender (p. 264). Harper Collins, Inc.. Kindle Edition.

Posted on Nov 6, 2012 11:27:19 AM PST
Lord Rose says:
I do believe that's it. Thank you!
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