Raku is going to get seven love interests matching the girls from "Take It Easy.""Four who wanna own me, two who wanna stone me, one says she's a friend of mine." We already have six: Chitoge, Kosaki, Marika, Tsugumi, Paula, and Haru. We just need one more.
Raku's pendant is sentient.And it's actually trying to resolve his problems. Let's see, what happened in the first chapter? He conveniently loses his pendant, which Chitoge finds, and they begin to see the good side in each other, which lead him into the current events. Next, when he tries Chitoge's key it doesn't work, because he isn't in love with her. The pendant needs to be repaired, to give him time to develop his relationships with the girls, and then next, because he's unsure of who he truly cares about, Mari's, Onodera's, and Chitoge's keys couldn't fit. And now, Onodera's sister is interfering with him, and the pendant has gone to her, in order to resolve her hatred for him.
If Raku winds up with anyone other than Chitoge, Tsugumi will help Raku and his woman fake their deaths.She is, after all, contracted to kill Raku should he ever leave Chitoge, but she has no desire to do that anymore.
The glasses buddies end up together.Because the glasses wearing best friends who like to bring up their friends crushes are a total match for each other.
Shuu and Haru will wind up together.Courtesy of Raku having Shuu Playing Cyrano in order to get the pendant back.
Marika will die from her chronic illness before the story is over.I just don't see any way to resolve the plot with Marika still in the picture. I can't see Raku marrying Marika unless she's dying, and Raku is trapped in a way that he can't outright choose any of the other girls with Marika around without causing serious trouble. My theory is that Marika won't lose to any of the other girls, but rather to time and her own frailty.
The "fake couple" set-up of is a ploy of the fathers to get Raku and Chitoge together.They knew about the promise and approved of relationship between their heirs. They probably realized that after ten years the kids might not remember much from what happened when they were five years old, so they created the "fake dating" plan to make them spend time together and make sure they won't find anyone else before they have chance to fall in love again. The henchmen may or may not be in on this.
Mrs. Onodera knows about Raku's promise to Kosaki.Following the logic of the previous guess, Mrs. Onodera is well aware of what happened 11 years ago between Kosaki and Raku, though she is likely ignorant of the other two girls. "I give you permission to marry my daughter," implies that she at least suspected that Raku would be interested; otherwise it's liable to chase away the help.
Mr. Onodera was involved with the Yakuza and/or the Beehive Group.Kosaki's presence at the Summer of Promises has yet to be explained. We know that Raku and Chitoge were together while their fathers negotiated peace between the Yakuza and the Beehive Group, but why would Kosaki be there, too? Her presence would make sense, however, if Mr. Onodera was either a bodyguard for one of the leaders or was brokering the deal.
Haru was responsible for the events of Chapter 93.The broken scale was part of a prank.