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In the modern world most people live ignorant of the supernatural. Vampires exist with superhuman strength, speed and regeneration; they can control humans with a gaze and control their will for eternity by feeding them blood. Kuroe is a man whose calling is vanquishing vampires. His will, the legacy of his name and a vampire's curse give him the strength to hunt the one responsible for the loss of his sister. Yet he lives to atone for his mistakes. Misaki is a new vampire who was recently turned after Kuroe was unable to protect her. Now she lives under his, protection and in passing they calm each other's wounded hearts. Under reoccurring vampire threats the two grow closer together and develop an enticing bond.
Daisuke is popular with all of the ladies at school, including his childhood friend Yuzu and flirty Kazuki. However, there's one girl who not only doesn't like Daisuke, but also seems to be afraid of him – timid, guarded Hinako Aikawa. After proclaiming that she's the only girl he has no interest in, Daisuke accidentally discovers the truth about Hinako and the terrible, horrifying secret that she hasn't told a soul. Though she isn't aware that he knows, Daisuke makes a decision then and there to protect her, slowly realizing that the girl he had no interest in, is suddenly the most important thing to him...
With dark pasts behind them how will Misaki and Hinako be able to cope with their life? Will Kuroe and Daisuke be the only ones that know anything about their pasts? Or do they let other people know? Will the people that know of their past help them, or not? Well you're just going to have to find out on your own ‘cause I'm not telling you the answers. XP
In 1920s America, Sister Rosette Christopher is a young nun of the Magdala Order - a military branch of the church charged with exorcising demons. Together with her assistant and best friend Chrno, a demon who Rosette has a contract with, she is sent on various missions to fight the many different monsters that lurk in the shadows. However, Rosette's main motive is to find information regarding her brother Joshua, who was kidnapped by Chrno's former ally Aion for unknown reasons. Aion has an ambitious plan that threatens the future of the world, and it's up to Rosette and Chrno to figure out Aion's plans and rescue Joshua before time runs out...
Fighting the creatures of the dark is only their job, until they find out more information on the people they are trying to find. But why are Kuroe and Rosette looking for these people? Is it because of something from their dark pasts? Or is it because of something else?
Mina Tepes is the ruler of all vampires who has just moved to Japan. After the Tokyo government granted her an offshore island known as the "Bund" for paying off the entirety of the country’s debt, Mina has decided to set up a special vampire district in the middle of the city’s harbour, a choice that’s far from popular. With many people after her life, she is in need of a full-time servant and bodyguard and her choice is Akira Kaburagi, a member of the respected Earth Clan. Now Akira must work to keep Mina safe and attend to her every whim as the young princess attends school. But what exactly are Mina’s motives for setting up the vampire district in the first place, and just who is behind all the attempts upon her life?
For starters both series are vampire ones and both feature vampires infiltrating human society. That sounds like every other vampire flick, but somehow the style of those two series is slightly different. Both of those series feature a female vampire who looks younger than she actually is as a female lead (though the girl in Blood Alone is only a teenager anyway). If you liked one of those two manga, than you might find the other one interesting too. Just keep in mind that Dance in the Vampire Bund has slightly more mature content
Both Kurenai and Blood Alone feature a male lead who is a private investigator of sorts. Both of them could be described as badass nice guys. Probably because of that both of them are rather popular with the opposite sex. As it happens both of those series also feature a younger girl who is in love with the male lead and whom the male lead takes care of. If you liked one of those two series than the other one might be worth a try too.