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Before Teru’s brother died, he gave her a special cellphone connected to "Daisy", a boy who would be there to look out for her whenever she needs someone. One year later and Teru continues to send mails to the mysterious Daisy, but she still has no idea who he actually is. One day, after accidentally breaking a window at school, Teru meets the rude school janitor, Tasuku Kurosaki, who insists she work off the cost of repairing the damage. But there’s more to this grouchy caretaker than meets the eye as in reality he is the Daisy who has been watching over Teru for all this time! With no intention of letting the lonely girl know his true identity, Tasuku must attempt to help Teru without being discovered, but can he really keep up the act, and just why is he taking care of her in the first place?
Same author, therefore same art style. Both are romance themed novels with school settings and lighthearted comedy interlaced in.
Both series have the same mangaka, have romance thrown in with some comedy, some drama laced in and are great reads with school life romance ! Enjoy one if you liked the other
Yuiko loves animals, but given the overly-aggressive way she tries to show her love for them, they always run away. One day Yuiko meets a strange boy named Leo who seems to be more beast than human; his fierce eyes frighten everyone away, and he harbors a dark secret: when he's threatened or sees blood, Leo loses control and behaves like a wild animal. Can Yuiko tame this wild beast, or will he run just like all the other animals she loves?
If you like Beast Master or Beads Club, you would most likely like the other based on these reasons: both are by Kyousuke MOTOMI, both are romantic comedies, both have some drama, and both have the same feel to them and have the same graphics.
President of the Student Council at the almost-all-boys Seika High School, the hard-as-nails Misaki Ayuzawa works every day to make life easier on the small population of co-eds who have enrolled there. Though an unholy terror to all things male during school hours, in order to provide for her impoverished family, she secretly works after school at a maid cafe in Akihabara. However, when campus hottie Usui Takumi wanders into the restaurant during her shift, suddenly she finds her reputation in school at his mercy...
The setting is very similar. The girls are strong and a little bit manly. The guys are perverted and only have interest in that one girl, which they clearly show. The actions of Usui and Takumi were also very much alike. If you liked one, you'd probably like the other one as well.
Hikari Hanazono has never been able to beat Kei Takishima at anything. At six years old the two were introduced by their fathers, and Hikari promptly challeneged Kei to a wrestling match, believing she'd easily beat him. However, she lost, and since then she's vowed to beat Kei, following him wherever he goes. Now fifteen years old, Hikari attends the super-elite school Hakusenkan where she and Kei are the two top students; Kei holds first place, while Hikari is second. While Hikari considers Kei her special friend and most importantly her rival, Kei is secretly in love with her. Will Hikari ever beat Kei, and Kei's love ever be requited?
Both Special A and Otokomae! Beads Kurabu feature head strong female heroines that are led by an overwhelming sense of justice, which gets them into a lot of trouble. The male heroes of both maga have eyes only for the heroine, both males are equally mysterious. Special A is a much longer read than Otokomae! Beads Kurabu, but no less satisfying. If you Enjoy Special A you will Enjoy Otokomae! Beads Kurabu and vice versa.