Kaichou wa Maid-sama is an anime produced by JC Staff. It’s about a girl named Misaki Ayuzawa who is the student council president at a former all-boys school. Since the school was formerly an all-boys school, it’s still dominated by the male population, but Misaki manages to keep the boys under control through fear. Her position at the top of the food chain is threatened when one of the boys, Takumi Usui, discovers that she works part-time as a maid at a maid cafe. I was expecting this to be a pure comedy at first, but it’s actually a shoujo anime. Naturally, Misaki and Takumi are the main “couple” or couple-to-be here.
In some shoujo anime, the main female character never makes her true feelings absolutely clear until the very end (or not at all), and that’s the case here. Misaki is one of those people that manages to do everything by herself and would never willingly accept help from someone else. This causes some problems as it’s impossible for a single person to do everything. Whenever Misaki’s in a pinch, Takumi always appears out of nowhere (literally) and saves her from what would have become a bad situation. Takumi’s actions seem to anger Misaki though, because it makes her feel powerless. Her initial feelings of anger and annoyance soon develop into something else as evidenced by her constant blushing. It’s a wonder why she tries to push Takumi away all the time.