3.996 out of 5 from 516 votes
Sachie Wakamura's mother has just passed away, making her an orphan. Suddenly, a man claiming to be her grandfather appears asking Sachie to live with him. Things aren't as simple as they seem to be when she realizes her grandfather is the boss of a yakuza gang and she is to live with him and the rest of his men. To make matters worse she is assigned a bodyguard named Rakuto, who is the handsome, popular student council president at her new school. Sachie must now try to fit in with her new family and deal with her developing feelings for Rakuto, who appears to only see her as the granddaughter of his boss. Are Sachie and Rakuto destined to continue in this master-servant relationship forever or will her feelings finally be reciprocated?
In Wild Ones and Ultimate Venus, the heroine discovers that she is actually the heiress of a wealthy family, which changes her whole world. Granted, the former features a yakuza family and the latter a wealthy businesswoman, but both worlds are quite cutthroat. In addition, the girls fall for their bodyguards, have loud or violent outbursts, and want to have normal school lives. It's a great match!
Both have girl main characters who lost their mother. As the story progresses both girls learn about their mothers. Both main characters fall in love but hide it. Both are funny and romantic. I'd say if you liked wild one's you will like wild act. But wild act isn't for young readers more like early teens +.