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.
Both are by the same author. Have a strong willed leading heroine, whom move through the mountains of trouble throught their journey. The heroines in both stories are strong, but they are also not invincble. This makes the story appeasing and the characters more relatable because of the humanity the character displays. Midnight Secrtary is MORE intense than Anata ni Hana o Sasagemashou, but both for mature readers.
Both are by the same author, have similar art styles and strong heroines. Anata ni Hana is not as dark as Midnight Secretary but the conflicts are similar.
Besides having the same mangaka, these two titles share a female lead that is confident and capable in her abilities along with a love interest that seems to be out of her league. If you enjoyed watching one of these heroines put her skills to the test to win over the one she loves and the opposing parties- see how the other endeavours to acheive the same.
Smut. Smut. Smut.
Both have female leads to enter in a romance with the president/director of the company, have secrets they have to manage, and loads of drama (and insecurity) along the way. If you liked one, you would definitely like the other!
Yuzuru Hagino isn't just a girl - she's a slave. Her "master" is Kai Renge, a sadistic womanizer who enjoys playing with his "honeys" - students who have their expenses paid in full at Houjou Academy in exchange for helping their masters graduate - and then throwing them away. All Yuzuru wants is to excel at her studies, but she must also fend off Kai's wandering hands and dodge his onslaught of degrading insults at the same time. With master/honey basketball games and competitor masters out to steal her away, Yuzuru will do whatever it takes to impress her master and graduate the Academy.
Well for obvious starters, they both are smut. Midnight Secretary may be slightly more graphic than Honey Drops, though. The story lines in both have female characters who end up forcefully stuck as servants/secretaries to their masters for financial reasons – and both eventually want to stay by their masters’ sides despite being forced. Midnight Secretary doesn’t have as pretty art as Honey Drops and MS also has a vampire, but I still see similarities between the two.