Similar situation of ordering the girl around and saying he owns her. Theres a lot of twists in the plot which are way better than how Hot Gimmick was. The girl is poor and the guy is the "Prince" of a rich family who are also landlords, lol.
Both of these manga feature a controlling man with an ego larger than life. They are very possessive and have horrible skills at treating the women they love properly. These manga also feature tons of drama; sibling complexes, childhood tramas, and dangerous situations.
You will enjoy this manga for the same reason I hated both. The relationship, romance, and power play are very, very similar, with the same kind of cute scenes and just enough to momentum to keep you reading. I read Hot Gimmick a while ago, but if I remember correctly, Desire Climax is slightly smuttier. There's nothing hardcore or over the top, at all, though.
Romance and drama always mix in. And in both of these manga series, it is no exception. At any rate, Hot Gimmick and Desire Climax are two hot manga titles that shares a few things in common:
Both series features a male protagonist (both of them wealthy) who are obsessed with the main heroine that began as a master/slave relationship that later escalates into real romance.
Both series also contain some ecchi although Desire Climax reaches more into that field.
Both series also has many misunderstandings but also forgiveness between the two main characters as they progress in later chapters.
Although the two mangas have somewhat different plots, they both have the same vibe. Both female characters are weak and are pretty much harassed by guys around them. Both female main characters end up having a relationship with a popular male. R17 and LM have random sex scenes which don't exactly fit in with the story and just seem to be there for the sake of it.
There are various aspects of Hot Gimmick that is similar to Hana Yori Dango. First, you have a reverse harem situation, where the plot is based upon a female character & a harem of male characters. Next, the main male characters of both mangas share similar characteristics. Last, the development of the relationship between the two main characters. The female characters both have a 'Do I? Dont I?' attitude towards the male & the obstacles in the relationship are also similar. ^.^
Both series have a heroine who has to deal with a romantic interest who starts off as a bully. Because of the social differences between the characters ("You can't stand up to him! Don't you know who his mother is?") they have the same kind of feel a lot of the time, and both series have more romantic interests turn up along the way.
Both manga series involves a main female protagonist who gets blackmailed by the main male protagonist. However, as time goes on, both character grows closer and develops a relationship.
Both series' main female protagonists has similar personalities and deals with many obstacles in their daily lives.
Both series has a lighthearted mood although there is some emotions in various chapters.
Both series has genres of comedy, drama, and romance.
Both manga are about childhood friends, who haven't talked to each other for a long time due to certain reasons, that form a master-slave relationship the next time they meet. Eventually, the relationship develops into a real one, but there are still people who are against their relationship or out for revenge.
Both protagonists are very naive when it comes to love and such but Hot Gimmick is alot more hands on mature. Both get stuck up in love, whether it be triangles or just couples. As of....IT'D SUCK TO BE HER!
Both girls followed around by good looking boys, both manga induce a sense of humour and are gret reads.
Has the love triangle thing and the drama-filled pasts. Much better written (so far -- it's not complete yet), characters developed better and are more likable, much better illustrated. Read this instead.
Both series have kind of 'harlequin romance' approaches to love stories, with lots of drama and backstabbing. The stories are pretty different, but if you're interested in an unusually high drama quotient, both series have you covered.
In both the main character(Hatsumi Narita/Mimori Kosaka) are easygoing and are good at making friends. Neither of them go looking for a relationship but both stories have love triangles. In Hot Gimmick there is Hatsumi Narita and her childhood bully and protector(along with maybe others..). and in Tokyo Boys & Girls there is Mimori Kosaka an old classmate(friend...or not??) and a popular playboy. Both stories also have extra drama involving parents to keep the stories lines a little more interesting..over all I would say both are really good