3.813 out of 5 from 184 votes
Similar in that a girl goes to live in a house with a bunch of guys, all whom have unique personalities. Genius House has no romance though.
They have very similar plot lines and are also very sweet. Harem Lodge is what you should read for romance and comedy. Genius House is just a cute little one shot that'll put you in a good mood.
both cuite boy and harem lodge has a boy and a girl who both kept a promise to each other when they were younger to marry each other in the furture. whos marrying who you ask? well read it and find out! also both are cute and funny with loveable characters. :)
Tsukimi is an otaku and jellyfish enthusiast whose only means of coping with the world is to reject it: she and her friends live in a house they declare a man-free zone, generally avoid 'stylish people', and spend their days blissfully bonding over geeky rituals. As misfortune would have it, their convenient existence is about to be turned on its head by the arrival of Kuranosuke, a seemingly beautiful young woman who is actually a beautiful young man. While he may be strange even by their standards, Kuranosuke embodies everything Tsukimi secretly dreams of being - a princess as ethereal as a floating jellyfish - and promises the kind of mind-boggling adventures only possible when geek meets chic!
If you like either Harem Lodge or Kuragehime, you will like the other! Both are set in supposedly single-sex boarding houses, both are full of social outcasts and both have cross dressing. Even the feel and humour are similar, with enjoyable romance. Both are an excellent read.
Sachie Wakamura's mother has just passed away, making her an orphan. Suddenly, a man claiming to be her grandfather appears asking Sachie to live with him. Things aren't as simple as they seem to be when she realizes her grandfather is the boss of a yakuza gang and she is to live with him and the rest of his men. To make matters worse she is assigned a bodyguard named Rakuto, who is the handsome, popular student council president at her new school. Sachie must now try to fit in with her new family and deal with her developing feelings for Rakuto, who appears to only see her as the granddaughter of his boss. Are Sachie and Rakuto destined to continue in this master-servant relationship forever or will her feelings finally be reciprocated?
Both Wild Ones and Harem Lodge are about a girl who recently becomes orphaned and believes they have no where to go until some connection they didn't know about shows up. Thrown into a strange new world, they have a hard time adapting to their new environments. This challenge is made even harder when the boy they are living with is in love with them. In addition, both male characters met the main girl character when they were children and fell in love with her then but the female characters don't recognize them. Both are sweet romance stories.