Airi has always dreamed of marrying her fated true love and living a normal, happy life – a dream disrupted forever when Aram, a prince from another world, emerges from her grandmother’s mirror. She takes the young prince home with her thinking he is a lost child, giving him a home cooked meal and a place to sleep. However, in the morning she discovers that, as the result of a magic spell, Aram transforms into a 17-year-old boy whenever it’s dark, and her kiss is the only way to change him back! If that wasn’t enough, Aram is in hiding from his older brother, the evil sorcerer Jeile, who has fallen in love with Airi and intends to make her his bride! Will Airi ever be able to find her happily-ever-after?
After enduring years of drought, Soah's village has decided to offer the young maiden up as a sacrifice to appease the Water God in hopes that he'll bless them with rain. Adorned in the finest bridal attire, Soah is brought out to sea and swept away by a vicious typhoon, eventually arriving in the sumptuous dwelling of the gods. Here, she is surprised to find that the feared Water God is not a loathsome monster, but a young boy. And while she quickly finds her place in court life, one night she meets a mysterious handsome man who calls himself Mui who is more than he appears to be...
Both Merupuri and Bride of the Water God feature a male lead who jumps between transforming into a child and transforming into an adult, while the female lead is an adult (or almost) and does not transform. Both of those are shoujo series, so if you liked one of them, you might actually like the other one too.
P.S. Personally, I didn't really like either of them.
both are about girls who get married to guys with magical abilities. Also, both of them feature men with a curse on them which causes their appearance to change under certain circumstances.
Yuki Cross' earliest memory is of snow and blood - she was attacked by a vampire only to be rescued by another. Ten years later and Yuki has been adopted by the headmaster of the prestigious Cross Academy. This school is unique in that it consists of 2 classes - a Day Class and a Night Class. The Night Class is made up of vampires led by Yuki's rescuer all those years ago, Kaname Kuran. Together with Zero Kiryu, a childhood friend who despises everything to do with vampires since his family was murdered, Yuki must serve as a Guardian of the school to keep the two classes separated. Secrets lie beneath a peaceful exterior and not everything is as it seems, as Yuki learns the truth about Kaname, Zero and her own forgotten past.
Vampire Knight and MeruPuri are both by the same mangaka and both have amazing storylines with alot of romance and magic. Though MeruPuri has a lighter feeling to it than Vampire Knight, each has its own beauty whether it is light- or blood-covered.
Yeah I totally agree with this recommendation. Both series are quite similar in many different ways.
Nineteen-year-old ronin Hideki Motosuwa desires two things more than anything else: a girlfriend, and an expensive humanoid computer (known as a 'persocom'). But with his dead-end job and no financial aid from his parents, owning a persocom seems impossible... until he finds a blond-haired female persocom tied up amongst a pile of trash! After getting her home and figuring out how to activate her, even the computer-illiterate Hideki realizes there is something unusual when it appears she can only say one word - Chii. Is she just broken, or is there more to this persocom than her behavior lets on?
You know the drill: high school girl x (mature) elementry school kid. Both Dear Mine and Merupuri have this going on, except Merupuri has this whole age transformation and magic mumbo jumbo, while Dear Mine has some shoujo-style fluff instead. If you liked one of those, you might want to take a look at the other one too.