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Tachibana is an heir to a huge and successful corporation. He can speak five languages, play musical instruments, and has even passed the bar exam, so naturally he's now... running a bakery?! At the Antique Bakery, Ono, known as the ‘Gay of demonic charm' is serves as the head patissier; ex-boxing pro Eiji works as Ono's apprentice; and Tachibana's bumbling henchman and shadow, Chikage, helps out to the best of his rather limited abilities. As a carefree ladies man, Tachibana is always ready to turn on the charm if it means getting a sale, though aside from his love of women, no one really knows why the grandson of a successful businessman would suddenly decide to open a bakery. Could a traumatic event in Tachibana's past have anything to do with why he set up shop?
Both of these manga's are by the same mangaka, Kazuhiko MISHIMA. If you liked/loved either Love Neko or Isso Mou, Kudokitai! you will most definitely like the other. Both manga's are filled with humour, but are really sweet at times too :)
If you liket Lover's Doll or Love Neco, you probably will like the other also, because:
1. The beautiful art is the same (Mishima Kazuhiko sensei's work)
2. Plot concepts are very similar.
3. The uke-seme concepts are also very similar.
Both manga are yaoi that involves a man who reluctantly acquires a cat boy. Both also have hot sex scenes. The main difference (besides the fact that Love Neco is longer) is the fact that Wane Koi Tsumi goes the clique route of the cat boy being a submissive uke, while Love Neco twists the clique by having the cat boys be agressive semes. Love Neco is also more of a comedy. Still, if you like one, you will probably like the other.