A feline named Fang.
Some may find the following post highly offensive.
Every now and then one may read highly entertaining posts about the use and over-use of cliches and other euphemisms for extensions and orifices.
Romance mavens pick their favourite throbbing manhoods and molten cores for derision and ridicule.
I read romances in batches. Five or six at a time.
You notice things that way - and when three out of five describe clitorial construction as a bud or nub, and three heroes lave the heroine's nipples, you really begin to wonder.
Such mechanical repetition tends to stick out like the aforementioned excited body part.
And one of the things one wonders is - did these writers all attend the same workshop?
Did they leaf through competitor's sex scenes looking for new words. twists, and phrases to exploit?
From a reader's perspective, these occasional explosions of same word choice look like copycatting - plain and simple.