I did enjoy the book and plan to read the next one.
I liked the idea of the crow shifters and their roles.
I liked the idea of a man searching for his siblings and how important it was to him.
I liked that the "weaker" member of the couple learned how to defend himself and kick ass.
I liked that the "strong" member of the couple was vulnerable and hurting.
There were a lot of issues I had which kept this book at a 3.75 for me:
MC named Jaycin. Seriously.
Poor grammar, e.g., "it fit just as nice [sic] as the previous outfit had."
An MC assumed that a guy in fear for his life would not be able to function and is surprised when the guy is able to.
MC takes time out in the middle of a chase scene to keep pestering the other MC, who is saving his life, with questions unnecessary at the time.
MC's love/obsession with the other guy and how great he is got to much even for me.
3.75 rounded up to four because of the potential in the series.
Happy ending? Yes, HEA.