Besides Druuna and Manara's work, there is Muse too. It is more recent than well know European erotic comic classics, but almost as good.
The story is about a new caretaker, or rather a baby sitter and companion to a rich boy inventor. He lives without parents in an isolated, lavish estate. He works days and nights on his elaborate inventions, automating even the most mundane things. His only companions are a small handful of servants.
Our protagonist is supposed to teach the boy how to have a happy, carefree childhood. Unfortunately, the boy is pretty adamant about his inventions, so getting him to enjoy being a kid is a challenge. Another thing that's a challenge are mildly odd things happening at the estate, and protagonists' strange dreams. Since she happens to be a beautiful woman and this is an erotic comic, these dreams usually end up with her in somewhat compromising and revealing situations. Muse aims for a light and carefree feel, so authors do not go as far as Manara tends to.
Despite obvious focus on cheesecake, the comic builds mystery well. Trying to find out what's exactly going on and why, makes it a page turner. It’s a quick read, and both tomes can be finished in one sitting. Overall, the plot is a mix of mystery and fairy tale, with some costume drama and a dash of scifi. Other than the mystery, there is not that much meat to the story, but it is still decent fairy tale.
Art is loose but very good. Not only the attractive protagonist, but other characters, costumes, machines, and architecture. Visual storytelling and motion is on point too (save for a one goofy panel where protagonist falls out of her boat, and few "quality" panels due to sloppy coloring). Not much corner cutting, although it is pretty obvious that landscapes and furniture are not the priority here. Quite high production values, and that's not very common for cheesecake comics. Everything is drawn by Terry Dodson. Another rarity, since he is an American artist working on a French comic. Not only that, but he spent years working for big two. Muse is lighter and less vulgar than something Manara might publish, but this is still rare for someone affiliated with Marvel and DC. Cho, Wally Wood, and Bruce Timm are the only other high profile creators who dabbled in erotica, at least to my knowledge.