Beast Master

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Dakishimete! Noir

Dakishimete! Noir

Suzu is a sixteen-year-old girl whose ordinary appearance and small size have never earned her a boyfriend. However, she has the uncanny ability to understand how animals are feeling and loves them all the more. One day an injured cat falls into Suzu's arms, and she takes him home to patch him up. After falling asleep next to the cat she awakens next to a naked, bandaged and beautiful boy! His name is Noir, and he has the ability to change between a human and cat form... and most importantly, he wants Suzu to have his babies! As if things couldn't get any stranger, it seems that other cats are after Noir for dark purposes, and Suzu must help protect him from their grasp. Between keeping Noir's paws off of her saving Noir from his would-be captors, Suzu has her hands full!

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NimirRa NimirRa says...

Both of these manga star a girl with a penchant for animals. On one side is Suzu (Dakishimete! Noir), who has the ability to understand their feelings and on the other Yuiko (Beast Master) who frightens any animal unfortunate enough to cross her path. Each comes across an animal-like boy, who they can't help but look out for, that changes their mundane lives.

wolfangel87 wolfangel87 says...

Animal loving girls Suzu and Yuiko star in Daikishimete noir and Beast Master.  Communication with these lovely beasts is not unheard of in either series and their feelings come across in strange and unexpected manners.

Skip96Beat Skip96Beat says...

Thera just awesome both of them and they got the same style! The both revolv around a guy that knows abolutly nothing of being a normal guy....

Brightstone Brightstone says...

Both are about a male who has some relation to an animal. In Dakishimete! Noir, he is a cat that can turn human. And in Beast Master, he is a guy who acts like diffrent animals. And both of the males in the story fall for a girl who has mixed feelings about them at first, but then relise that they love him as well.

Dengeki Daisy

Dengeki Daisy

Before Teru’s brother died, he gave her a special cellphone connected to "Daisy", a boy who would be there to look out for her whenever she needs someone. One year later and Teru continues to send mails to the mysterious Daisy, but she still has no idea who he actually is. One day, after accidentally breaking a window at school, Teru meets the rude school janitor, Tasuku Kurosaki, who insists she work off the cost of repairing the damage. But there’s more to this grouchy caretaker than meets the eye as in reality he is the Daisy who has been watching over Teru for all this time! With no intention of letting the lonely girl know his true identity, Tasuku must attempt to help Teru without being discovered, but can he really keep up the act, and just why is he taking care of her in the first place?

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JAhU JAhU says...

Both feature an idiot couple and both were written by the same person. If you liked one of them, there is no way you're not going to love the other one as well.

marebear1234001 marebear1234001 says...

Both series are by the same mangaka, Kyousuke MOTOMI. They are both great series, although the plots are very different, both stories have an adorable romance in them and both have an idiot couple that will have you laughing for hours ! These are both great reads

FairestEve FairestEve says...

Both, as already stated, are made by the same person and both stories are incredibly sweet and addicting. Both also have similar comedic moments and an all around enjoyable aura about them. 

This mangaka just has a way of making you just fall in love with the couples and beg for more. Definitily worth the read for someone who loves a sweet love story with some drama that brings the couples closer together.

SugarCookies95 SugarCookies95 says...

Yeah I totally agree with this recommendation. Both series are quite similar in many different ways. 

Boku wa Ookami.

Boku wa Ookami.

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Skip96Beat Skip96Beat says...

I swear you'll like it! Beast master and bokuwaookani are both about a guy that knows nothing about a normal human life, and both series got a shy girl in it.... They are just AWESOME both of them <3<3<3 I swear! read them and you won't be unpleased <3

marebear1234001 marebear1234001 says...

Both of these series are about two different guys who act like beasts. In Beast Master, Leo acts like a beast and in Boku wa Ookami the main guy was raised by a wolf when he was younger, so he has no idea about the human ways. In both series there are two girls. In Beast Master, the main girl can tame Leo when he goes into berserk mode and in Boku the main girl teaches the boy how to act more like a person.

Osaerarenai!

Osaerarenai!

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4eversimple 4eversimple says...

In Osaerarenai, Haruka has her 'dog' Kai, who she controls. 

In Beast Master, Yuiko ends up being the only person that Leo will listen to once he goes berserk.

Over all both are just really adorable stories :] If you liked one you probably would like the other. 

marebear1234001 marebear1234001 says...

If you liked Beast Master or Osaerarenai!, you would like the other because both male protagonists have animal characteristics. In Beast Master the male lead can only be stopped by the female lead when he is in berserk mode. In Osaerarenai! the main male obeys like a dog whenever the female lead says to "stop". Both series are very cute, although Osaerarenai! has some smut.

Backstage Prince

Backstage Prince

Akari has no interest in Kabuki Theatre, but suddenly she finds herself as the assistant of seventeen-year-old Ryusei Horiuchi, a famous young kabuki actor. He's gloriously handsome yet socially awkward, and performs under the stage name of Shonosuke Ichimura. Akari and Ryusei's relationship is difficult at the beginning, but eventually the two find themselves falling in love. What challenges will Akari and Ryusei face as they try to maintain their relationship against all odds?

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kittycat kittycat says...

Being nonsocial because they want to or not has everything to do with how Leo and Ryusei met Yuiko and Akari. But the only time they have together is before or after school because Leo and Ryusei tend to be more popular than anyone would have thought.