This is Part 2 of a 2-Part Recommendations Series. Enjoy!
I hope you enjoyed Part 1. This is the last set of this recommendations series (for now) that I personally recommend that’ll make you beg for more. Ready for more hot and sexy romance manga, sugar? Let’s go.
11 Recommended Hottest & Sexiest Romance Manga (Part 2):
11. Love Celeb: King Egoist (ラブセレブ King Egoist)
By Shinjo Mayu (新條まゆ). Shinjo-sensei also created Kaikan Phrase from my previous list. In fact, Sakuya from Kaikan Phrase makes a cameo in Love Celeb. Let me just say this: Kaikan Phrase is 10+ times better than this, but it’s still sexy. The sex is hot, the hero Gin is hot, but other than these…hmmm, things can get really annoying and ridiculous. I detest the premise which portrays the heroine Kirara doing anything and everything just so she could be famous in showbiz. I’m not a showbiz person so I don’t know, but I’d rather sell potatoes than sleep with perverted bigwigs just so I could get a shot at fame. As for the hero, Gin, yes he’s hot but he can really be a big a-hole. Looking past the cringy characters and the shaky plot line, the sexual tension and the sex scenes are actually quite good. Although I must say that I felt like pulling my hair out because it’s also littered with scenes that are undoubtedly sexual assaults. As you can see, I have mixed feelings about Love Celeb. It’s good on a primal level, but intellectually I’d throw it against a wall, run a car over it, and then burn it. Still worth reading, though…I guess.
10. Uwasa no Midori-kun!! (うわさの翠くん!!)
By Ikeyamada Go (池山田剛). I’m not very fond of the kiddie art style of this manga but once you get past it, it’s surprisingly enjoyable. It’s gender bender—one of my favourite genre—so prepare yourself for some inevitable cliché that you’ll either love or hate. It depends on your preference. I personally enjoyed it. The premise is nothing original, feels loosely similar to Hana Kimi but at least it has sex. There’s some good drama here and there that made me surprisingly emotional, but the ending is a little disappointing. The heroes, Tsukasa and Kazuma, are hot given that it has a kiddie art style. The heroine, Midori, can be annoying at times (no surprise) but she’s resilient and kind of cool when she’s pretending to be male. Worth reading.
9. Kyou, Koi o Hajimemasu (今日、恋をはじめます)
By Minami Kanan (水波風南). First of all, the art is gorgeous for its time. The hero, Kyouta, is hot and sexy. Yum! The heroine, Tsubaki, is okay…Okay, fine, she’s damn annoying that I want to slap her in the face several times while reading. The romance is between okay and good, but I would say that the best part in this series is the sexual element. But what the heck is wrong with the characters?!!! This would’ve been so much better if the characters weren’t total wimps or douchebags. Tsubaki, girl, if someone forces himself on you, you knee him on the groin, got it? You don’t tell yourself that assault equals to love. And you Kyouta, gorgeous boy, there is no doubt that you are one of the sexiest male specimens in the world, but you don’t treat the girl you love like crap. In terms of relationship dynamics, this manga is one of the worse I’ve read…but at least it doesn’t reach the level of Love Celeb. But other than this, this manga is pretty hot and sexy…and can actually make you teary-eyed here and there. Worth reading.
8. Ren’ai Shijou Shugi (レンアイ至上主義)
By Minami Kanan (水波風南). This manga is good. The heroine Seri is physically strong—she does karate—ya go, gurl!!! But I’m not sold on the premise that nobody wants to become her boyfriend because she’s strong and acts tomboyish. I know it’s a Japanese thing, but come on, she looks cute AND she’s physically strong. For me, that’s sexy. The hero, Tamaki, is delicious…and a huge Do-S. I love that he can’t seem to get his hands off of Seri, but there are also many times that I just want to punch his gorgeous face because of the way he’s treating her. Seri is not perfect either. She’s strong but she has some of the annoying shoujo heroine qualities that I detest. But other than these, I absolutely enjoyed this series. And yes, sugar, you have my guarantee that there’s a lot—and I mean a LOT—of hot sex here. What are you waiting for? Read this now!
7. Desire Climax (Yokujou © Max / 欲情©MAX)
By Ukyou Ayane (右京あやね). This manga is hot. It’s not without flaws, but it fits the sexy and hot romance category with flying colours. I’m not fond of maid-themed series, so there are a lot of scenes that make me cringe. The heroine, Mio, can be annoying (no surprise there), but at least she’s determined and well-intentioned. On the other hand, the hero Shoei is gorgeous but there are many times that I want to strangle him for treating Mio badly. However, he does love her, I’ll give him that…he just shows it in twisted ways. I detest the manipulations from the male characters, and I detest it even more that Mio can’t really do anything but endure them. Story and character-wise, Desire Climax irritates me but I must say that I’m impressed with the romantic and the sexual aspects. I recommend this.
6. Midnight Secretary (ミッドナイト・セクレタリ)
By Ōmi Tomu (大海とむ). Another gorgeous manga by Ōmi-sensei. Story-wise, this is definitely better than Anata ni Hana o Sasagemashou. The heroine, Kaya, is not as amazing as Seri (Anata ni Hana o Sasagemashou) but she has her own strengths. Like Ōmi-sensei’s other works, Midnight Secretary has gorgeous art-style especially during the sex scenes. The vampire hero, Kyouhei, is gorgeous (no surprise there). For vampire story fans, I think you’ll like this. The plot is interesting, and it will keep you entertained. And as for the sex, oh honey, I’m sure you’ll feel hot and sweaty. Definitely a must-read.
5. Private Prince (プライベート・プリンス)
By Enjouji Maki (円城寺マキ). Although not as gorgeous as Midnight Secretary, I would say that this manga’s art is beautiful as well. This manga is one of those Cinderella-types of stories with a mature twist. The heroine, Miyako, is good-looking with big boobs (cough cough). I like that her character is a university student, so that means she’s not a dumb airhead despite her erotic body. And the hero, Prince Wilfred is of course charismatic and gorgeous. The story itself is interesting and I like that it’s also comedy, so it’ll keep you entertained until the end. Some scenes bother me, especially those that can be considered sexual assaults. The romance is great, but the sex is…sugar, you’ll gonna love the sex here. So yeah. Definitely recommended.
4. Kindan no Koi de Ikou (禁断の恋でいこう)
By Ōmi Tomu (大海とむ). Including its sequels: Kindan no Koi wo Shiyou (禁断の恋をしよう) and Zoku – Kindan no Koi wo Shiyou (続・禁断の恋をしよう). Oh, Ōmi-sensei. You did it again. Well, the art looks dated compared to Anata ni Hana o Sasagemashou or even Midnight Secretary, but still gorgeous. This manga saga is hilariously sexy. I just can’t help but laugh loudly at the start of the romance between the main characters. The heroine, Hisako, finds what she initially thought a beautiful dog but is a actually a wolf. This wolf transforms into a gorgeous man named Yato. Hisako takes him home and somehow they have sex. In the morning, Yato reverts back to his animal form and Hisako realizes that she had just sex with a dog. So funny! The romance is good, and the sex is great AND hilarious. Must-read. Don’t forget to read all 3 titles.
3. Boku wa Imouto ni Koi o Suru (僕は妹に恋をする)
By Aoki Kotomi (青木琴美). I just know some of you are going to hate me for including this controversial manga in this recommendations list. So if you can’t stomach any fiction about INCEST, don’t read this freaking manga and forget that I included it on this list. Go ahead and move on to #2.
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Still here? Alright. Here we go. I included this controversial manga on this list because despite its glaringly obvious incest element, I think that it’s still hot and sexy. Don’t get me wrong. OF COURSE it made me super duper uncomfortable, but more than this it also made me super duper curious about what’s in store for this forbidden twins. There are so many things wrong about this manga, and I’ll be the first one to admit that it’s tremendously difficult to enjoy reading it. The brother is a manipulative and controlling a-hole, and the sister is more stupid than naïve. Fucking your sister in your shared bedroom while your parents are just at the other side of the door is sick. Totally sick. However, just call me Curious Arria. I’ve been reminded so many times that “Curiosity killed that cat”, but oh well, I just have to know. Know what I mean? I don’t think that I can clearly say whether I liked or hated this manga. But surprisingly, by persevering through the chapters, I found myself emotionally invested on the romance between this fucked-up twins. Insane, isn’t it? By the end of the series, there’s even a guilty part of me that wanted them to be together, while the more rational and moral part of me screams “You can’t be together! You just can’t! It’s wrong, so very wrong!!!!”. Well, just read it and see how you feel about it. Good luck…and most importantly, don’t get corrupted.
2. Hapi Mari (はぴまり ～Happy Marriage!?～)
By Enjouji Maki (円城寺マキ). From the creator of Private Prince, Enjouji-sensei brings us another manga with beautiful art. Not as gorgeous as Ōmi-sensei’s works of course, but still beautiful and a treat for the eyes. Hapi Mari is one of my favourite erotic romance manga. It feels a little more realistic compared to the other titles in this list, but not too realistic that we forget it’s manga. The heroine, Chiwa, is attractive and she’s not too annoying. She’s not very talented, but I think that her main strength is her personality. The hero, Hokuto, is also gorgeous but not too gorgeous compared to the other heroes in this list—and I like that. The premise is nothing original—forced marriage—but I think the most enjoyable part of this series is the romantic development between them, and of course, the sex. What’s more is it ended very well, so double thumbs-up. Definitely a MUST-READ!!!
1. Hana to Akuma (花と悪魔)
By Oto Hisamu (音久無). Oh my goodness. I love this manga! The artwork is pretty; the story is beautiful and touching. Hana to Akuma is beautiful. Just beautiful! Don’t get me wrong. It still contains plenty of annoying shoujo clichés, but Oto-sensei’s story execution is just great. This is actually tame compared to the other more mature titles in this series. You won’t see any blatant sex, but just hints of it especially near the ending. Nevertheless, it’s still hot and sexy because even without actual sex, the romance just blazes and the sensuality scorches. This is a pure love story. I like how we see the heroine, Hana, in the entire duration of her life—from infancy to her death of old age. This establishes a deeper connection to us readers and we can’t help but root for her. We cry for her death, but at the same time feel contented for her fulfilled life. The demon, Vivi, is gorgeous (of course) and we love him for loving Hana even after her death. Hana to Akuma is tragedy, but not really. There’s a sense of contentment even to that kind of sad ending. Just freaking read it! Must-read!!!
And that’s it for this set of recommendations. You’re welcome. I hope you find a title or two…or more that’ll suit your taste. Like what I said in part 1, I realize after creating these lists that I still have a lot of manga under this category. I might create another set of lists…we’ll see. But if you beg, maybe it’ll motivate me to create them sooner. (Do-S mode activated)
I hope you enjoy yourselves reading these manga. I suggest you read them in the privacy of your own room and not in a public place to avoid potentially embarrassing yourself. Until next time, sugar. Cheers!
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