I have thoroughly enjoyed reading Breasts: A Natural and Unnatural History. This book is extremely informative and well written. I love the humorous and witty writing style. The author made me laugh out loud a few times. She writes "Spiny anteaters and platypuses, rare egg-laying mammals, have no nipples, but they "sweat" milk to the puggle in their pouches through special glands. I don't know what a puggle is, but I want one."
The author really writes in a way you can connect the information to real life. It's really an enjoyable read, plus I feel like I learned so much in terms of history and anatomy.
I found the breastfeeding and history of breast implants sections utterly fascinating. The section on toxins found in breastmilk was disturbing, but also eye opening. Even if you don't think this book sounds like your kind of book, it really does have a way of drawing you in.