I don’t know what you mean by uneven leading. The only leading in the composition is the space between the logo type and the tag line. Maybe you’re meaning uneven letter spacing instead — although I don’t see that as a huge problem.
Yes, it does look like a fish hook, but I didn’t notice that until you mentioned it.
The alignment of the slant of the R matching up with the slant of the hook is nice. However, the other letters need to also be drawn to match that slant.
The F and the E appear wider than the other letters.
These kinds of swooping logos were popular back in the 1980s and '90s — Nike’s logo, for example. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but it does give it something of a retro look.
Being the only black object in the composition, the tagline draws way too much attention to itself.
The most obvious big problem, however, is that in the word it’s, you’ve placed the apostrophe in the wrong place.