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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?
Miki Koishikawa thought she had a typical life with typical parents, until one day her mother and father announced they are getting a divorce - but not just any divorce. They're splitting up in order to switch spouses with another couple they'd met in Hawaii! To assist with the transition Miki and her parents must now live with the other couple and their son Yuu. Miki and Yuu's relationship gets off to a rough start, but they learn to open up to each other and become friends over time. However, their situation becomes more complicated when the two begin to develop feelings for one another as well as deal with other people in their lives, including Miki's former crush, Ginta Suou; and Yuu's former girlfriend, Arimi Suzuki...
Both are about two teenagers who end up living together for strange reasons, both have a touch of romance and comedy into it. Although Marmalade Boy tends to be a little more dramatic. If you liked one and want to read another, I recommend Marmalade boy.
Living with a potential lover at an early age sure seems to make life around the house interesting as the main characters in Good Morning Call and Marmalade Boy soon realize. The romance aspect in each is practically irresistible.
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?
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
Both characters end up having to share the same apartment. They both have romance where the guy resits first. They also worry about being discovered. Good Morning Call has a sequel called Good Morning Kiss. Theyre very similair but play out differently to where it's not the exact same story. I was laughing all the way through L-DK
With a noticeable tan and bleached hair, Momo Adachi is a high school student who is frequently misunderstood by her classmates. She's accused of being a playgirl and is the subject of many rumors, most of which originate from her ‘best friend' Sae who is jealous of Momo due to them having a crush on the same boy. Momo's life only gets worse when Kairi Okayasu, who she once saved from drowning, decides to make her his own. Kairi coming into Momo's life only encourages Sae to spread more rumors about Momo and Kairi while going after Toji herself, creating quite a complicated situation for everyone involved.
I thought it was funny in both Peach Girl and Good Morning Call how they had one of the main guys working at a grocery store. Both series are about relationship problems during high school life and show how the characters have to deal with them.