3.976 out of 5 from 249 votes
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?
Beast Master is a quick and easy read for fun. It'll get your heart racing a little, leaving you wanting more. I recommend all the mangas by this author! Purikyuu is also a short story done like Beast Master just with the main characters being a bit different. Both are excelent reads!
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?
Dengeki Daisy is very much like Purikyuu, but has a much more intricate storyline. Being by the same author the art is the same and the plot is easy to understand. This is also by far one of my favorite mangas. although Purikyuu doesn't have the length that Dengeki Daisy has, it is still a really good read.