Last season, we were left with a somewhat happy ending for Sawako and her blossoming relationship with Kazehaya, the most popular guy in her year. This season, we see that they still have a long way to go. Kazehaya, who is in love with Sawako, still hasn't confessed and is ridiculously shy about the fact that he likes her. Sawako still hasn't sorted out her feelings for Kazehaya and is also having a hard time approaching him, as their class seating arrangements have been changed.
This season, a few new characters appear, and a possible rival to Kazehaya will make a play for the affections of Sawako.
Sawako has by now gained the acceptance of her classmates. They still call her Sadoko (the creepy ghost girl from the horror movie The Ring), but this is mostly because they still think that is her proper name.
Originally a manga by Karuho Shiina, Kimi ni Todoke is an award-winning series published in Bessatsu Mararet magazine and adapted into an anime by Production I.G. which should be showing on Hong Kong TV soon. Viz Media published the first volume of the English version of the manga in 2009. Volume 7 is due early next month.