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Sixteen-year-old Kirara Nakazono would love nothing more than to be a star actress, but she can't seem to get any gigs that matter. Luckily, her manager Hanamaki knows just the trick: he abandons Kirara in an apartment filled with lecherous producers so she can sleep her way into a role! As she's a virgin, Kirara irritatingly protests, and eventually is allowed to leave by a beautiful and powerful man named Gin with one caveat: he insists that she's his property, and in time he'll be the one to take her virginity. With Gin's blessing Kirara quickly finds herself a rising star, though she has more to handle than just her new career! Gin, her manager and other men can't keep their hands off Kirara; will she succeed in both work and love?
Plain Kaya Satozuki has just accepted a position as a secretary for Kyouhei Touma, a young company director whose lecherous ways are renowned. While she initially believes Kyouhei is just a typical, lustful man, Kaya soon discovers there's far more to Kyouhei than meets the eye: he's a vampire, and he requires the blood of women to survive! However, he doesn't kill them - he seduces them and bites them gently in the climax of pleasure without leaving any marks behind. Now that she knows his secret Kyouhei insists she stay on board, scheduling his ‘meals' in tandem with her secretarial work. But soon, Kaya finds herself falling for Kyouhei and helping to feed him when needed. Thus begins Kaya and Kyouhei's troubled yet thrilling relationship that is filled with trials and tribulations aplenty.
Love Celeb is very similar to the The one. In the story "The One" you meet a girl who has goal and will stop at nothing. She has to endure many things for her career, her true love, and will even give up her own pride to save both them. In Love Celeb the character is the same type. She is sweet, has an naive charm, but when it comes to sticking to her goals/dreams nothing can stop her. She feels the same way about her true love. No matter what obstacles get in her way she pushes them aside just like the heroine in "The One".