Love triangles that involve step siblings living together, initially not on the right foot, but developments slowly bring them closer together, while outsiders attempt to break them apart. You'll find the usual shoujo elements in these stories, jealousy, the leading character's inability to understand their own feelings, other potential love interests that attempt to pull the siblings apart. If you like one, you may like the other.
They both are about brothers and sisters falling in love. And they both start out with the girl likeing someone else and the girls bestfriend dating her best friends boyfriend in the end. Both really good!
Both are mangas about Forbidden Love between a stepsister/brother. Cherry Juice focuses more on the main characters accepting their love for each other, whilst The Devil Does Exist seems more mature and concentrates on how the couple fight to keep their relationship together despite going against the "norm" society.
Although there is a big difference, I find it similar how two best friends falls inlove with the same girl at the same time. And also, while dating the heroine of the story. A bit of comedy I suppose is also a similarity between the two
It shares the concept of the forbidden love between siblings, although they aren't blood-related. They both involve step-siblings living together and they don't really get along well with each other at first and then the girl starts to develop feelings towards her step-brother without realizing it.
Instead of them being step brother and sister the two main characters are twins who think that one of them is adopted and the other is a stranger after overhearing their parents "chat" when the they were younger about when they turn 16 they will tell them the truth.
Both romantic comedies involving guys who are very close to the main girl. Love triangle and misunderstandings appears throughout both series as the main girl(s) tries to maintain their friendship/relationships.
They are both stories about not blood-related siblings that love each other. They are both really cute, but Crossroad has a different view, more adult (actually I liked it better). If you liked one, you'll enjoy the other one for sure.
Both Minami and Kagetora are in love with someone they are forbidden to love. Otome and Yuki are kind of alike in their personalities. Both manga are filled with fluff and drama, love rivals and romance. Cherry Juice is about Step-Siblings, and Kagetora is about a Ninja and his master. Both are great reads!
Cherry Juice is similar to a longer version of "Suki" to Ienai. Both stories are about a brother and sister who aren't really siblings who fall in love. The brother in both mangas is in the cooking club and is popular with girls. Also, the art is gorgeous in both mangas.
Both deal with the development and obstacles within brother-sister relatioships. Cherry Juice tend to be more light-hearted while Sonnanja Neyo (Sonan Jyanaiyo) sometimes hold more serious thought toward the incest theme.