yeah, not many mangaka pay more attention to the secondary characters. and most of the time the secondary characters are more interesting than the main ones.M3J brings up a good point.
Indeed "Kimi ni Todoke" is about "reaching you", but it's not just about Sawako and Kazehaya's feelings reaching each other, but also about the secondary characters' feelings reaching each other as well. So there's also Yano and Pin's, and Chizu (surely you didn't really mean Chiwa, Milly... But then again you had to ask me what Kazehaya's name was so I wouldn't put it past you ) and Ryuu's feelings that have to reach each other. I'm sure they will before the end of Kimitodo
I agree that Kento is a good character and he might be a great partner for Ayane but I still think this couple came out of left field. I mean, it all happened so fast and so suddenly. Kento is so cute and nice and he is really growing on me but I still like Pin more. Pin and Ayane would make a unique pair but who knows what the mangaka is planning.I actually agree with you about Ayane. I think she is more interesting in the sense that she's been around more than anybody among them, but she's the one who feels the most hollow. It's like she's not innocent but she hasn't had a real honest love. I also thought she'd wind up with Pin but now that I think about it, Kento would really be great for her.
That was really refreshing after all the Kaze/Sawako drama. Ayane and Kent make such a great pairing, I hope she will finally open her heart nowThat was pretty sweet and romantic. I liked this chapter a lot and I was glad there was a complete absence of Sawako/Kazehaya drama. Their current situation is wearing on me.