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Chiyuki is a young girl with a terminal disease. Near death, she meets a vampire named Touya and blackmails him into spending time with her; however, he doesn't drink blood because if he took a blood partner the partner would die long before him and he doesn't want to get hurt. When Chiyuki is dying he saves her life by having her drink some of his blood, because he feels even being with her for a little longer will be enough. She returns to school and forces Touya to join her there, where they discover that one of their classmates is a werewolf who is ashamed of being a monster. Both of them slowly become closer to Chiyuki because of her warmth, her will to live, and her non-judgmental love which heals the wounds from their pasts.
Kiyo Katsuragi has just arrived at a special mansion in a remote area of the mountains. Said to be haunted, it has been bequeathed to her by a late grandmother who she has never met. While she originally intended to demolish the house and sell the land to pay for college, Kiyo soon changes her mind after meeting the building's live-in tenants: Kuroboshi-sama and his servant Alushu - two vampires! As if dealing with two supernatural beings isn't strange enough, Kiyo soon finds herself deemed to be Kuroboshi's 'bride'. Now, in addition to working towards her dream of becoming a lawyer, Kiyo must handle Kuroboshi's overprotective nature and advances to drink her blood, while also coming to terms with her feelings for her new companion!
In both manga the heroine meets a guy who happens to be a vampire and she starts spending time with him and his attendant. Although they don't get along at first they end up getting closer and the heroine doesn't feel lonely anymore.
In each manga, the main female character meets a male who happens to be a vampire, seeing how different they are to one another they tend to not get along at first and push the other away. However they start to look at the similarities they have and begin to develop romantic feelings. If you enjoy romantic vampire stories then you should give this a try.
They are both about a girl who meets a guy that turns out to be a vampire and ends up falling in love with him.
Twelve-year-old Mitsuki Koyama is determined to become a singer, partially because of a promise she made to a long lost friend. Yet unfortunately, Mitsuki has a malignant tumor in her throat that causes her great pain when she uses her voice. In addition, her grandmother detests music and forbids Mitsuki to sing or talk loudly. One day, two Shinigami sneak into Mitsuki's room and accidentally tell her that she only has a year to live, prompting the now fearful and determined Mitsuki to head to the studio for an audition. While they intercept her for a second time, Mitsuki pleads for them to let her go; and seeing her determination, they decide to help her. To help fulfill her dream, Mitsuki's body is transformed into that of a sixteen year old girl - a body which nullifies her cancer as long as it remains intact. And so, Full Moon is born...
This is also a story about a girl on the edge of death, who has supernatural saviours. Similar happy + romantic feel to the story, similar pretty artwork.
Both manga have to deal with a girl on the verge of death but recieve help from supernatural beings , you enjoyed Millennium Snow then you should give Full Moon o Sagashite a try, especially if you enjoy a good romance story.
Tohru Honda might just be the unluckiest girl around. After a series of unfortunate events Tohru has no place to call home - that is, until the wealthy yet cursed Sohma family offer to take her in, in exchange for performing the household chores. However, soon Tohru discovers that there's much more to the Sohma family than meets the eye. Though shocked and surprised, Tohru promises to keep their secrets; but will the Sohma family approve of an outsider knowing who they really are?
These are two shoujo rom-coms with a similar mix of comedy and angst. The main similarity is in characters: Fruits Basket's Tohru and Kyo are EXACTLY like Millennium Snow's Chiyuki and Touya, so if you liked the interactions between the two in one, you're sure to enjoy it in the other.
When Rara the demon crossed into the human world she had two goals: cause mischief to humanity and meet her teen demon idol, Hiroshi. However, what she didn’t expect was to fall in love with Retsu Aku, a dreamy boy from her school! Torn between needing to perform bad deeds and wanting to help her new beau, Rara may soon face the ultimate punishment for her actions!
Gaba Kawa and Millennium Snow are shoujo romantic comedies about the relationship between a human and an "evil" supernatural entity (who isn't so bad, after all). Both are usually comedic, but frequently veer towards more serious drama.