Mitsuo Shiozu is a reclusive high school boy with a special gift: he is able to see and communicate with ghosts. However Mitsuo sees his talent as more of a curse, especially when he comes into contact with a female spirit who takes over his body and uses it to confess to a boy named Hasanuma in front of the entire class! Though while these ghosts are tiring him out by possessing Mitsuo whenever they feel like it - making his school life a misery in the process - he still hopes to grant their wishes and help them move on. But with such a special power, many spirits requiring help, and a growing number of male admirers - including the increasingly persistent Hasanuma - Mitsuo's life is sure to be anything but quiet or lonely.
Ishuca is a man who has been told he is going to die. So as to not disturb anyone, he travels to a remote cave where he encounters an ancient demon known as Blood; trapped in the ice for centuries, Blood is about to eat Ishuca when the man offers his body to the demon. While Ishuca then dies naturally, Blood is so touched by the man's kindness that he inadvertently revives him with his tears. Together, the two set off on a grand adventure and unintentionally try to breach the rift between humans and demons; for they are not as different as they may seem to be.
Cute shounen ai 's with humourous characters. Eerie Queerie is about ghosts and is a relatively simple love encounter that is more of a laugh read with cute little twists, while Koori no Manomo no Monogatori is a bit more serious and a bit longer. I like the later more for its complexity and gorgeous characters, but both main characters are overly sweet and innocent individuals who fall in love with a 'dark horse' and seem completely oblivious to the world.
At first glance, Kimihiro Watanuki appears to be a normal high school student; but little do people know that not only is Watanuki able to see spirits, but he's also a magnet for them! One day, after being chased by one such spirit, Watanuki happens upon a strange building. There he meets a mysterious witch named Yuuko, who claims she can get rid of his ability to see spirits - for a price: Watanuki must work as her housekeeper until he has paid off the cost of granting his wish. Now Watanuki's eyes are being opened to an entirely new side of the world as he assists Yuuko in her work, all while balancing the housework, his schoolwork, and most importantly, ensuring that Yuuko is never out of sake!
Ignoring the shounen-ai aspect of Eerie Queerie, both of these series focus on a high school student with the ability to see spirits. If you liked this part of one and seeing how the protagonist develops with his experiences then you may well enjoy the other.