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Kiyo Katsuragi has just arrived at a special mansion in a remote area of the mountains. Said to be haunted, it has been bequeathed to her by a late grandmother who she has never met. While she originally intended to demolish the house and sell the land to pay for college, Kiyo soon changes her mind after meeting the building's live-in tenants: Kuroboshi-sama and his servant Alushu - two vampires! As if dealing with two supernatural beings isn't strange enough, Kiyo soon finds herself deemed to be Kuroboshi's 'bride'. Now, in addition to working towards her dream of becoming a lawyer, Kiyo must handle Kuroboshi's overprotective nature and advances to drink her blood, while also coming to terms with her feelings for her new companion!
Chiyuki is a young girl with a terminal disease. Near death, she meets a vampire named Touya and blackmails him into spending time with her; however, he doesn't drink blood because if he took a blood partner the partner would die long before him and he doesn't want to get hurt. When Chiyuki is dying he saves her life by having her drink some of his blood, because he feels even being with her for a little longer will be enough. She returns to school and forces Touya to join her there, where they discover that one of their classmates is a werewolf who is ashamed of being a monster. Both of them slowly become closer to Chiyuki because of her warmth, her will to live, and her non-judgmental love which heals the wounds from their pasts.
In both manga the heroine meets a guy who happens to be a vampire and she starts spending time with him and his attendant. Although they don't get along at first they end up getting closer and the heroine doesn't feel lonely anymore.
In each manga, the main female character meets a male who happens to be a vampire, seeing how different they are to one another they tend to not get along at first and push the other away. However they start to look at the similarities they have and begin to develop romantic feelings. If you enjoy romantic vampire stories then you should give this a try.
They are both about a girl who meets a guy that turns out to be a vampire and ends up falling in love with him.
The plot of having a vampire and a human fall in love even if they face difficulties and trials makes it very similar to this type of manga
Tohru Honda might just be the unluckiest girl around. After a series of unfortunate events Tohru has no place to call home - that is, until the wealthy yet cursed Sohma family offer to take her in, in exchange for performing the household chores. However, soon Tohru discovers that there's much more to the Sohma family than meets the eye. Though shocked and surprised, Tohru promises to keep their secrets; but will the Sohma family approve of an outsider knowing who they really are?
While Fruits Basket is the more lighthearted of the two, both of these titles involve a girl who is now living with supernatural-type beings. Romance and drama is apparant in both, plus a hefty dose of shoujo. If you liked one, try out the other.
Both of these are comedy shoujo manga about a teenage girl who lives with suspernatural beings. The main female characters are also very similar; they're both poor but independent girls who work hard so they don't have to depend on others. If you enjoyed one I'm sure you'll enjoy the other.
Mahiru Shiraishi is a relatively average high school girl with just one drawback: she's very unlucky. In fact, her luck seems to transfer from her to any person she touches, much to her dismay. Mahiru often has dreams that soon become a reality when a clan from the Lunar Race recruits her; they are the Moonlight Bandits, and they're on the hunt for Teardrops of the Moon - their source of energy. Now, it's up to Mahiru to make the decision she knows she must: stay with her friends and family or sew up the tattered relations between human and demon?
A human living with some supernatural beings is no easy case, but Kiyo Katsuragi and Mahiru Shiraishi make it look like one of the most natural things in the world. Of course it helps that those beings of the night they live with tend to be good people.
Both of these romance manga focus on a one-sided relationship where a flirty male try to force themselves on a teenage girl who isn't interested in him. If you enjoyed one you might enjoy the other.
Sana is a child actor who is at her wits end. Her first grade class is pointless because Hayama and the boys keeps terrorizing the teacher and doing whatever they want, so she takes a picture of Hayama with his pants down and then blackmails him into behaving in class. Without their ringleader the boys settle down a little, however Hayama becomes increasingly antisocial. Worried, Sana follows him home only to find that his father is never home, and his sister calls him the devil who killed their mother. So, Sana bullies his family into watching a drama that she's in, hoping it will heal some of their family wounds. It's the beginning of a crazy friendship.
Sana is an overly cheerful and outgoing 11-year-old girl. She is a child actress whose best performance is in a popular variety program called Child's Toy. During sixth grade, she butts heads with Akito Hayama who causes trouble in their classroom, so she sets out to stop him. After some time passed, she learns more about him, of the reasons why he chooses to be a mean and disobedient person,she becomes understanding towards him. Along with her daily hardships as a child actress, she strives to deal with her personal problems. She lives with her 'mother', Misako (the quotations will be explained in the story), and agent, Rei. It is later revealed that Sana is adopted; she was abandoned by her biological mother soon after she was born and was found by Misako, who then adopted her. Her friendship with Akito grows stronger and she eventually realizes that she's in love with him , but never realizes this until after she learns he had started dating Fuka, her best friend. Despite the frequent misunderstanding, which comes with pain and suffering, Sana and Akito find their way to each other and become a couple. In a 2009 manga one-shot called Deep Clear, Sana is 26-years-old, married to Akito and is pregnant with his child. She gives birth to a girl, whom she names Shuri.
Akito is a sullen boy of few words and physically strong, with a powerful karate chop. At the beginning of the series, it is shown that Akito has acrophobia. Akito's mother died when giving birth to him, which leads to his older sister Natsumi resenting him, frequently becoming angry with Akito and calling him a "Monster" or "Demon Child". In addition, Akito has a distant relationship with his father, who works long hours. He is well-known as a delinquent and the leader of his and Sana's class. Despite his troublemaking ways, Akito is smart and gets good grades. His friendship with Sana softens his behavior, and she helps him have a better relationship with his family. Although capable of cruelty, Akito has his own code of honor: even the teacher who he terrorizes will admit that Akito will never lie, and Akito refuses to pretend to be nice to anyone he doesn't like or respect. Inspired in part by Sana's devotion to her acting career, Akito takes karate classes. He is always jealous when he sees Sana with another boy. He has kissed her 3 times (and touched her chest throughout the series), but he becomes angry with the dense Sana, who fails to realize his love for her. He uses the words "he doesn't hate her" to say that he really loves her. Sana and Akito always argue, often that makes Sana angry and pulls out her hammer and hits him with the hammer. Due to Sana's month long departure and Fuka's request, he briefly dated Fuka. Sana's best friend. But later he and Fuka break up after she realized that Akito needed Sana, and will never be with her and he starts dating Sana. In a 2009 one-shot, Deep Clear, Akito is 26-years-old, married to Sana, and has a daughter named Shuri.