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?
okay they may have many differances, but theyr both really cute. theyre both about the main girl becoming the house keeper in a house full of guys. the main girl in both is very happy but not annoyingly so, I really think if you liked one youd like the other ^_^
When Rara the demon crossed into the human world she had two goals: cause mischief to humanity and meet her teen demon idol, Hiroshi. However, what she didn’t expect was to fall in love with Retsu Aku, a dreamy boy from her school! Torn between needing to perform bad deeds and wanting to help her new beau, Rara may soon face the ultimate punishment for her actions!
Fruits Basket and Gaba Kawa are both sweet romances with a touch of the supernatural. In both, a girl struggles to find love and overcome the rules and traditions that would separate her from the guy she cares for.
Nao, a cheerful junior high school student, has rented an apartment in the city where she plans to live by herself. However, her plans are promptly ruined when she goes to move in and finds out that her apartment was also rented to Hisashi, a popular yet sometimes distant boy from her school. Things go from bad to worse when Nao and Hisashi discover that they were swindled by their real estate agency; not only is the agency suddenly out of business, but their rent is also 70,000 yen more than what they were originally promised. With no money and nowhere else to live, Nao and Hisashi move in together. Will these two strangers be able to live together or will their conflicting personalities make it impossible?
What happens when teenagers are thrown into a turbulent high school setting? Relationship problems galore! Fruits Basket takes a more innocent turn on problems with relationships and is not the main focus of the series; however, Good Morning Call deals with relationship problems throughout
If you liked Fruits Basket or Happy Cafe, you'd like the other because they both have similar characters. Both female leads are hardworking, pure, and a little slow (Specifically when romance is involved). They both have lost an important family member who watches over them from heaven. Everyone is cheered up by their bright smiles. Both manga are reverse harem and have many interesting characters with distinctive personalities. I enjoyed reading both manga immensely and feel that if you like either one you should try reading the other one too if you get the chance!
Hana Yamada has a bizarre condition that causes her to break out in hives whenever she touches a boy. Luckily, a few sips of the green tea she always carries is a quick remedy to her symptoms, and she is able to live a relatively normal life. That is, until Hana is forced to work odd jobs for the flamboyant Shinnosuke and handsome yet hostile Haru, to repay her older sister's debts! Though she's less than thrilled about her new predicament, Hana is determined to do her best and help others. But with her condition, even making friends is harder than it seems!
How can you get close to someone if you can never physically touch them?
From a girl that breaks out in hives whenever she touches cute boys, to a family cursed to transform into the animals of the zodiac whenever they touch a member of the opposite sex, these shoujo romantic comedies showcase the impediment of romantic progress due to the incapacity for physical contact, and how individuals can overcome that.
The leading scatterbrained heroine in each is forced to spend all her time with some very pretty (and very troubled) young men. Mostly fluffy shoujo, but with often sidetracks into drama.