In a sad twist of events, five unrelated boys are adopted into a family are then scattered due to the death of their parents. One of these boys, Hanayagi Sakura, struggles to reopen their mother's beloved flower shop and bring the family back together, even though they have no blood ties. The boys each bring their individual talents to the table to help make a unique flower shop cafe, and call it "a flower shop that brings happiness to everyone." With each day a new challenge, the five ‘brothers' greet each customer and provide the care and service they need to fill the emptiness in their hearts.
CLAMP School is not just a school - it's a self-contained city. Housing 10,000 students from Kindergarten to Graduate level, it facilitates education for anyone talented, regardless of wealth. At the elementary level, three students lead the student council: Nokoru, the youngest son of the company that built the school; Suoh Takamura, the cool-headed secretary; and Akira, both a talented cook and the council's treasurer. Well-liked and resourceful, the trio is able to help the fairest of damsels with ease. And thus, after saving a sad old woman, Nokoru decides to create the CLAMP School Detective Agency; their goal, to help out any maiden in distress!
Both of these shoujo manga are about a gaggle of ridiculously handsome/cute guys that just want to help people and make them happy. Both are fluffy and light-hearted, and if you liked one, I can't see why you wouldn't also like the other.
Akira Sakamoto is a typical teenager – and that’s the problem! He’s the only normal one in a family of incredibly attractive people: he has a father that looks great in drag, a mother that looks younger than himself, an older brother that was worshipped at school, and two very opposite sisters. Though his family does everything to make Akira feel special and a part of the group, he can't help but feel an outsider in his own home. Then one night, the truth comes out with very surprising results...
Family Complex and Kokoro ni Hana wo!! are short shoujo dramas about a very beautiful family. For the most part, each chapter focuses on a problem that one of the members is having/involved in, and both have very strong themes of familial love and devotion.
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!
HaruHana and Kokoro ni Hana wo!! are about a group of very close (though unrelated by blood) attractive men (and one girl) running a small shop with the mission to make all of their customers happy. Whether they do this with massages, violin music, or flowers, both series have the same fluffy shoujo atmosphere.
Hatsumi Narita lives in an apartment complex owned by the self-righteous and tyrannical Mrs. Tachibana, the wife of the housing company's vice president. If you are unlucky enough get on her bad side, or are even just a victim of rumors, your whole family is doomed to suffer! So when Hatsumi is caught buying a pregnancy test for her sister by Ryouki - the son of the Tachibana family who also used to bully Hatsumi when she was a child - she is naturally worried. Ryouki then attempts to blackmail Hatsumi and, fearing for the reputation of her family, she agrees to become his slave. But when her childhood friend, Azusa, suddenly moves back to the complex, he resumes his role of protecting Hatsumi from Ryouki. With complicated love stories and various hidden family secrets, it appears that this gossip-mongering housing complex is not quite so typical after all.