I would say it's getting more likely by the chapter. At the critical moment, Eri has chosen the wrong path. She's being mean to Tenma for no good reason at all and pursuing Harima out of pride. If anyone deserves Eri's wrath, it's Harima for being a generally oblivious jerk. But Eri is being extra-nice to him and extra cold to Tenma. Eri is probably going to get worse before she gets better.The Eri-Mikoto rift lasted about five chapters, albeit one chapter was much longer than the average chapter. The rift between Eri and Yakumo did heal and was non-existent for about eighty chapters, but Yakumo re-opened the wound recently with the potato shrimp. I guess you could say the shrimp gave the rift scurvy.
The comparison to Naruto is kind of ridiculous. I seriously doubt Eri will ever give up on Harima now and Tenma has her own love interest in Karasuma, so the scenario with Tenma ending up with Harima is getting more and more unlikely by the chapter.
Eri showed that she could accept Harima liking Yakumo, but Harima liking Tenma completely blew her mind. It took several chapters before Eri could admit it to herself.I think Eri having trouble that Harima likes Tenma more than her has more to do with Eri misunderstanding that Harima liked her for 150 chapters than Eri having a superiority complex.
But Eri isn't acting like herself; she's doing whatever it takes to win. Eri has never tried the charm approach on Harima before. She's reverted to treating him like she probably treated all of the other boys she briefly dated. Eri was far more sincere (and nervous) when she first asked Harima to the oyster bar; this second demand is more like a spoiled princess.Eri has had her most success with Harima when she simply acts like herself and disregards her pride. Thus, I find Eriís thought that ďIn this situation I have to be forceful no matter how it makes me look!!Ē to be critical.
Harima may feel something for Eri, but it is probably 90% friendship. Harima is a genuinely nice guy who has tried to be kind to Eri from the beginning. Anything Harima feels for Eri is totally overshadowed by his feelings for Tenma.Harima's become a bit of a wildcard in recent chapters, so we can't be too sure how he'll react to everything anymore. Weíre not shown what heís thinking as often before, and almost never when his thoughts concern Eri. Nonetheless, Harima seems to be changing his attitude towards Eri slightly. For example, earlier in the series, Harima would have turned down Eri immediately if she asked him and she would have had to tried harder to convince him to come with her to the oyster bar. Also, during Chapter b43, Harima hesitates when Eri asks him to go with her house when the alternative is going to Tenmaís house. Then add the times Harima has gone out of his way to do nice things for Eri (without Tenma as his ultimate motivator), and thatís enough evidence to argue that itís possible Harima unconsciously likes Eri and any time he denies it is just his ego mentally suppressing this knowledge from himself.
I'll grant you that Eri and Yakumo seem to have slight Electra complexes that have focused on Harima, but saying that Harima has an Oedipus complex is a huuuuuge stretch.If thatís the case, Eri just needs to do something strong enough to cut through his ego in order to make Harima realize this. A confession just might be enough to do this. To simplify my message, I used math:
Sigmund Freud FTW + Freudian Psychology supporting Flag = Flag FTW
... And just to make my Freudian psychoanalysis of Harima complete, Iíll mention that Itoko serves as Harimaís surrogate mother figure, and that Harima treats Eri and Itoko very similarly, implying that Harima views the two as similar. This leads to the conclusion that Harima views Eri as a surrogate to his surrogate mother figure. Thus, due to the Oedipal Complex, Harima must love Eri.