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Sweet Sinclair: Masters of the Castle, Book 4

By: Maren Smith
Published By: Blushing Press
Copyright: �2014 by Blushing Books� and Maren Smith
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Since a competing sweet shop opened its doors, things have not gone well for Sinclair's candy shop, Maybe's Candy. Business was slowing, her finances were dropping and no matter what she does she just can't think of any way to get her business back on top. Even the one highlight of her week - that moment when handsome Parker Johnson, a man she had been flirting with for over a year, came to buy his usual bag of caramels - even that wasn't much of a treat. How could it be when Sinclair already knew something was wrong with him? She couldn't quite put her finger on what it was - was he married, gay, or a homicidal maniac? But a guy just didn't show that much interest in a girl and then not ask her out, at least not without a good reason. And Parker most definitely had not asked her out.

Then, an unexpected ray of good luck: From out of the blue, she's offered a job. All she has to do is cater a lavish candy party - one day, 900 people, and her store would be financially set all the way through summer. The only catch? The venue is a place called the Castle, a fantasy BDSM resort inhabited by some of the hottest Masters she has ever met. And one of them just happens to be Parker, the same man she's been drooling over for the last year.

What a coincidence! Or is it? Sinclair always knew there was something wrong with him. What she didn't know, was how he could make WRONG feel so wonderfully RIGHT.

Chapter One

Maybe Sinclair Adleton stood behind the glass display counter, making notes in her business ledger. The sun was shining through the storefront windows, making the candy jars that lined them sparkle, and casting a rainbow array of color back across the floor where it refracted through the rock candy.

The fudge display was fully stocked, as were the three-tiered shelves of regular and sugar-free chocolates. Warring scents of cinnamon and saltwater taffy competed for mouthwatering attention with every indrawn breath, and everywhere one looked, all that could be seen within Maybe’s Candy was row after row of M&Ms and malt balls, Red Hots and candy corn, licorice and Blow Pops and taffy and even nostalgic goodies like candy cigarettes, Fizzies and Mallow Bars.

They occupied every surface and space, filled the glass jars and wooden barrels�shelf after shelf, row after row, from one wall to the other and from the front of the store all the way to the back. Her shop wasn’t the biggest store of its kind, but Sinclair was proud to boast that it still packed well over 800 varieties of candy into this crowded 1200 square foot space, and every single item within the display case was made fresh by her own hands. Unfortunately, the only thing Maybe’s wasn’t packed full of was customers.

Maybe’s Candy had been Sinclair’s dream ever since she was a kid. She had saved for this, worked for it�delivering papers since she was twelve and flipping burgers from the day she turned sixteen. She had worked throughout high school. She had worked throughout college. When the ideal retail space had opened up (as if by magic right there on Main Street, not half a block from the freeway onramp), Sinclair had jumped at the chance to lease it. But at the very last minute, that lease had fallen through and the only other available storefront in her price range was this one, three miles off the high-traffic part of town, in an older more dilapidated area. Still, she’d taken it, and three weeks after Maybe’s Candy opened its front doors, that ideal retail space she’d originally wanted opened its doors as well�Casey’s Sinful Desserts, run by none other than Casey Silverton, her dormitory roommate all through their last year at college.

At one time her best friend, Casey had been the one who had wanted to be an office manager but who had instead listened quite attentively every time Sinclair talked about her dream. Until Sinful Desserts opened up, she hadn’t known just how much Casey liked her ideas. Apparently, it was just enough to steal them.

So now here they both were, each with a candy store of her own and both in a town of less than fifteen thousand people. Granger literally was not big enough for the two of them, and since their friendship was likely never to recover from Casey’s betrayal, the war of the candies began.

Sinclair fired the first shot. She added nickel and penny candies for little kids with only small amounts of money to spend and liqueur-filled chocolate bottles for adults. Casey added ice cream to her store and all summer long did a thriving business with shakes and old-fashioned malts.

Sinclair offered Bogo prices�buy one, get one free�on all candy throughout her store for Halloween. Casey set up a Trunk-or-Treat in her parking lot and although she didn’t discount her candies, she still had a hell of a lot of customers on the big night.

For Christmas, Sinclair decorated Maybe’s Candy to the nines, invested pennies she really didn’t have in top-notch advertising and brought in every kind of Christmas candy imaginable: Candy Cane Hershey’s Kisses, chocolate bark foil-wrapped bells, Santa pops and Pez dispensers, and Twenny Christmas Tree Swirl Pops, to name just a few. She sold completely out of every liqueur-filled chocolate bottle she could get her hands on, and on the other side of town, Casey brought in a real Santa and sold out of damn near everything she had.

It wasn’t fair. This was her dream, not Casey’s, and now�running out of money and ideas�unless she did something truly spectacular for this coming Valentine’s Day, she was going to lose everything.

But what, what could she possibly do that Casey couldn’t counter? Staring at her daily ledger, Sinclair tapped her eraser against the blank page and tried her best to start feeling a little less depressed and a little more creative. She could do this. She had to, because otherwise Maybe’s Candy would not survive another year without a serious financial pick-me-up. Sinclair sighed, rubbing at her forehead, but no good ideas were forthcoming.

A flash of reflected sunlight rolled across the surface of the store windows as a silver sports car eased to a stop right outside her store. She knew that car; her heart fumbled a beat. He was back�Parker, that good-looking man who’d made her small shop his weekly habit, every Monday just like clockwork, for almost a year now. Practically from the moment she’d opened her doors.

There was something about that man that just drew her. He was kind, funny, smart, and when he leaned against the counter to flirt while she rang up his standard one-pound bag of caramels, the way he’d look at her never failed to make her feel as if she were the only piece of candy in the place that he had any interest at all in sampling.

It was really too bad there was something wrong with him.

Her hand went to her hair before Sinclair could stop herself. She quickly checked her reflection in the glass of the display case and was rubbing her suddenly sweaty palms over the curve of her jeans-clad hips when he pushed open the door. She could tell by his grin that her primping had not gone unnoticed.

“Good morning, handsome,” she said with a grin.

“Oh, you’re beautiful and you know it,” he replied, letting the door swing gently shut behind him. “You could have sugar on your nose and chocolate in your hair, it wouldn’t make any difference. You’d still be beautiful.”

“Some might say you’re biased,” she teased, a flush of warmth tickling up through her stomach as he strolled up to the counter. His shoulders were broad, his waist narrow, and his sandy brown hair just long enough in the bangs to brush boyishly over to one side. The right. He was a right-hand brusher, and Lord, but the way he filled out a pair of jeans was downright criminal. Fortunately for him, she was a confectioner and not a cop.

“So, how’s sales?” he asked, propping his arms on top of the glass.

“Well, uh�” She tried not to wince, and when that failed, to laugh it off. “You’re customer number three today.”

“Ouch.” He cringed for her. “Well, school’s not quite out yet. I’m sure you’ll get a rush once the kids start running wild.”

She hoped so too, but that hadn’t been the trend so far this week. Sinclair had cheaper candy, homemade pieces that were to-die-for delicious, and a much greater variety, but Casey’s shop was situated almost a mile closer to the schools. That right there put Maybe’s Candy at an incredible disadvantage.

Wanting to keep Parker’s visit light, she turned the conversation away from her financial problems to something safer. “What can I get you?”

His grin broadened. “What can you always get me, sweetness?”

“Caramels,” they said together. She laughed. “Do you have a preference?”

“Nope. You pick. If it comes from your hand, it’ll taste sweeter anyway.”

“Flatterer.” She could so easily have fallen in love with him, but that something that was wrong�whatever it was�always got between them. She wished she could put her finger on whatever it was. Married, maybe? She never saw even the faintest shadow of a ring on his finger, but why else would he keep coming back week after week, flirting and flattering and coming right up the verbal cusp of asking her out, only to stop short. She just couldn’t figure it out!

Bag in hand, Sinclair began to pick and choose a variety of tasty caramel treats from the displays she’d hand-created behind the counter. Then she ventured out onto the floor to pick from the barrels and other shelves. After all this time, she knew his order pretty much by heart. He always got one pound and she always made sure he got a nice selection.

“You look good this week,” he said, following her from a safe distance, although she could tell he was taking great pains to look as if he were just browsing.

“Thanks.” Her face flushed. “So do you.”

He grinned, trailing along behind her as she rotated through her stock, picking through the salted, the whips and the nougats, and now and then, stole peeks right back at him. This little ritual had become a familiar dance for them. For the last year, they’d been do-si-doeing around one another, pulled in on both sides by this mutual attraction Sinclair knew for a fact she wasn’t imagining. And yet, in all this time, they’d never dated, or gone for coffee, or exchanged phone numbers. She couldn’t count how often she’d caught him looking on her with longing, and yet, he always stopped before he became something other than a customer in her store. And because he kept coming up short, she did too. He just didn’t strike her as the shy sort. Something had to be wrong, either with her or with him.

Maybe it wasn’t him. Maybe it was her. Maybe women just plain didn’t float his boat. That old adage must be true: all the really good guys were either married or gay.

“Have you thought about moving your store?” Parker suddenly asked.

“Uh,” Sinclair said, trying to pretend she was engrossed in the monumental decision between soft caramels and hard candies. “Unfortunately, this is the only available retail space in my price range. It’s okay. Things’ll pick up around Valentine’s. I’m hoping I can come up with something really good to help advertise my presence.”

“Like half price shipping to anywhere in the world from now through Valentine’s and free shipping to anyone in the military?”

Sinclair dropped the caramels she’d been picking through and swung around to look at him. “Ooo! That’s a great idea!”

“Yeah.” Wincing all over again, Parker scratched one eyebrow. “Casey’s is advertising that on a banner outside their store. I read it on the way over.”

“Well� crap.” Tsking, Sinclair went back to picking through the candies and tried not to let it show just how crushed she felt right then. “It’s still a good idea, I guess.” Even if it did come from the enemy.

“You’ll come up with something better,” Parker assured her.

“I’ve been trying.” She jostled the weight of the caramels, judging it to be a little over a pound. She didn’t put anything back though. She just twisted the bag off, walked back around the counter and charged him the regular price. “I’ll be honest, though. Nothing’s coming to mind.”

“Maybe you’re trying too hard.”

“Maybe you should start acquainting yourself with the caramels at Casey’s.”

“Sorry. I’m a one candy shop at a time kind of guy.”

“Aw.” She grinned again, feeling instantly better. “You mean you aren’t even a little bit tempted by a piece of hot toffee on the side?”

“Temptation is the spice of life,” he acknowledged, reaching for the bag when she offered it over the display counter. His fingers brushed hers, just a little too deliberately to be accidental. “But while I am a big believer in temptation, Casey can keep her caramels. I’m more than happy with my current purveyor. As long as your doors stay open, I’ll keep coming back.”

“Aw, thanks.” All those gorgeous looks and a real sweetheart nature to boot. If only he wanted her enough to risk asking her out. If only she could get over her mother’s ‘Ladies do not�’ lectures so she could ask him. “Don’t worry. I’m not going anywhere. I’m too stubborn. I’ve just got to think a little harder, that’s all. I’m sure to come up with something to blow Casey’s shop right out of the competitive waters.”

Leaning up against the counter once more, Parker started to open his mouth, and in that moment, Sinclair was struck by the inexplicable certainty that this was it. He was going to ask her, maybe even say something as corny as, “If we put our heads together�like, say, over dinner�we might come up with something faster.”

Her chest seized. It was the strangest, breathless feeling. And it was premature because, in the next half second, she saw his face gradually change. It was a look she knew very well; she had seen it cross his face many times by now. His grey eyes shuttered and his mouth closed. He tried to smile and then took a slow step back from the counter.

Sinclair made herself smile too, but it felt brittle. “See you next week?” she asked, too brightly.

He visibly deflated before shuttering himself behind another masking smile. “Yeah. Next week.” He nodded, knocked twice on the glass countertop, and turned and walked out of the store.

It was an awful feeling of loss, having to watch him go. He glanced back at her one time before letting himself into his car. Shaking his head at himself, he drove away, leaving Sinclair to wonder for the hundredth time what kept going wrong between them.

* * * * *

“What the hell is wrong with me?” Parker exploded. At least he didn’t do it right in front of her store where Sinclair would see it. No, he managed to keep himself calm, cool and collected for two full blocks before suffering his mini meltdown at a red light in front of the local pizza parlor. “God!” He barely resisted banging his head against the steering wheel. “You’re beautiful!” he told the unresponsive stop light. “Gorgeous! I want you! I love you!” Wilting, Parker groaned and rubbed his face with both hands. “I’d wear your ass for a hat from now until the day I died, if you’d just let me.”

The back passenger door swung open and six large pizza boxes were unceremoniously dumped onto the seat behind him. A second later, that door slammed shut and the front passenger door tugged opened. Long dark hair tied back into a neat ponytail, Sam dropped down to sit beside him. “I seriously recommend you save the ‘I love you’ and the ass-wearing until at least the second date. Women get funny about things like that.”

Wilting all over again, Parker bowed his head. “There’s not going to be a second date,” he muttered. “There’s not even going to be a first one.” With his friend and the pizzas they’d come for both safely in the car, he pulled back out into traffic. “I can’t ask her.”

“Sure you can. It’s easy. It starts with ‘hey, gorgeous’ and ends with ‘wanna go for coffee?’ ”

Parker shook his head. “I can’t, Sam.”

“You’re just out of practice.”

“That’s not what I mean.”

Sam glanced at him. “What then?”

“She’s vanilla.”

“You don’t know that.”

“I know I’ve never seen her at the Castle,” Parker shot back, growing more irritated with himself by the second. “I guarantee, if she had any inclination towards the kind of stuff we do, she would not have lived in this town for this long without at least one trip to the Castle.”

Grunting, Sam acknowledged the truth of his logic with a nod.

“Vanilla relationships don’t work,” Parker said, more to himself than to Sam. “I’ve failed at every one I’ve tried. One of us would have to change. Either I’d have to try and play it straight with her, or she’d have to be submissive for me.” He shook his head again. “It won’t work. I’d make her miserable. It’s better just not to start.”

“If you really believed that, you wouldn’t have spent the last year torturing yourself with weekly trips to see her. Seriously, how much have you spent on caramels? You don’t even like candy.” Sam picked up the bag of caramels from where Parker had dumped it between the two front seats.

“The Littles and the nursery kids love them.” Snatching the bag back, Parker tossed the caramels in the back next to the pizzas.

“If I didn’t know you better, I’d say you were getting in touch with your masochistic side.”

“I don’t have a masochistic side.”

“After flirting for a year with a woman you refuse to ask out even just to coffee.” Sam smirked. “Yeah, tell me another one, Pinocchio. The girls are going to love your growing nose tonight.”

They drove out of town in silence. Less than five miles away from the turn off to the Castle, for some inexplicable reason, Parker said, “She’s going to lose her store. So I guess it doesn’t matter anymore. She won’t be a temptation for that much longer.”

Sam turned his head toward the window, softly musing, “That’s too bad.”

Parker looked at him. “What the hell does that mean?”

“What did I say?”

“It’s not what you said, it’s the way you said it. You had a tone. Leave her alone, Sam.”

“What?” Sam spread his hands, laughing. “Did I say I was going to do anything at all?”

“You didn’t have to say anything. I know you. Everybody at the Castle knows you. I don’t need any interference in this, so just leave it alone.”

“Hmm,” Sam mulled that over a moment before shrugging with both eyebrows. “Okay.”

“I mean it, Sam.”

“Okay.”

“I didn’t muck things up when you were chasing after Hannah,” Parker warned. “Butt out.”

“I said okay.” Sam chuckled, holding up both hands. He turned his head to look back out the window, watching as the tallest turrets of the Castle began to appear through the trees in the distance. “I promise,” he grinned, “I’m not going to ask her anything at all.”

* * * * *

The handmade candies were wrapped and put away, the kitchen was cleaned, and the floors were mopped. The till had been reconciled, and it was exactly two minutes to closing time when the phone on the wall behind the display counter rang. It had been a long day and Sinclair was both frustrated and tired. For a moment, she actually contemplated not answering it. If she hadn’t, the entire course of her life would have turned out much, much different.
Angie on 02/16/2015 01:11pm
This was a really good book about Sinclair and Parker. These two had to have a push to get them and when they did get in the same room the chemistry was explosive.
Angie on 02/16/2015 01:11pm
This was a really good book about Sinclair and Parker. These two had to have a push to get them and when they did get in the same room the chemistry was explosive.
Adaline Raine on 02/15/2015 11:39am
Very sweet addition to the Castle series. I didn't like the speed that Sinclair bounced into things with Parker but then again she had seen him every day at her candy shop for the past year or so. I was happy with the way things worked out at the end. Overall this was not my favorite, I just like more action. They played together well, as far as the BDSM scenes go, and it was accurate, well written, but it just didn't really push my buttons. Parker is a good Dom and I like the cameos of other previous Castle occupants. I will be sure to try the next in the series for a little more oomph. 3 1/2 stars rounded to 4. Love Maren's writing, and really enjoy her other books.
Adaline Raine on 02/15/2015 11:39am
Very sweet addition to the Castle series. I didn't like the speed that Sinclair bounced into things with Parker but then again she had seen him every day at her candy shop for the past year or so. I was happy with the way things worked out at the end. Overall this was not my favorite, I just like more action. They played together well, as far as the BDSM scenes go, and it was accurate, well written, but it just didn't really push my buttons. Parker is a good Dom and I like the cameos of other previous Castle occupants. I will be sure to try the next in the series for a little more oomph. 3 1/2 stars rounded to 4. Love Maren's writing, and really enjoy her other books.
Redrabbitt on 02/14/2015 12:46am
Another wonderful story and addition to the Master of the Castle books, but can read as a standalone. Parker came into Maybe's Candy once a week, he was a regular for one pound of carmels. Sinclair enjoyed the visit and was hoping he would ask her out. But what happens when she gets an invitation to come to The Castle and cater their Valentine's Day event. What happens when competition finds out she is going to the Castle and spreads the word to ruin her and her business. Master Parker can't do vanilla, can Sinclair fit into his world. The twist and turns as Sinclair works at the castle getting ready for Valentine's Day and Parker opens up a new world that Sinclair embraces, but will it be for a few days or is there a future?
Redrabbitt on 02/14/2015 12:46am
Another wonderful story and addition to the Master of the Castle books, but can read as a standalone. Parker came into Maybe's Candy once a week, he was a regular for one pound of carmels. Sinclair enjoyed the visit and was hoping he would ask her out. But what happens when she gets an invitation to come to The Castle and cater their Valentine's Day event. What happens when competition finds out she is going to the Castle and spreads the word to ruin her and her business. Master Parker can't do vanilla, can Sinclair fit into his world. The twist and turns as Sinclair works at the castle getting ready for Valentine's Day and Parker opens up a new world that Sinclair embraces, but will it be for a few days or is there a future?
on 02/03/2015 12:19pm
This was a really good book about Sinclair and Parker. These two had to have a push to get them and when they did get in the same room the chemistry was explosive.
on 02/03/2015 12:19pm
This was a really good book about Sinclair and Parker. These two had to have a push to get them and when they did get in the same room the chemistry was explosive.
Margaret Corcoran on 01/31/2015 12:01pm
I read this book first as part of the With Hearts Aflame box set. So I read about Maybe and Parker before everyone else. It is so well written and described that I was adicted to the Castle. What a wonderful series.
Margaret Corcoran on 01/31/2015 12:01pm
I read this book first as part of the With Hearts Aflame box set. So I read about Maybe and Parker before everyone else. It is so well written and described that I was adicted to the Castle. What a wonderful series.
Denise on 06/10/2014 06:16pm
I thoroughly enjoy this series, every story is different. I, too, wanted to see Casey get hers in the end, but there is always another book to do that. This is a perfect series if you are wondering if you would like to pursue BDSM in reading. It's not too much, but gives you a wide range of scenes to discover.
Denise on 06/10/2014 06:16pm
I thoroughly enjoy this series, every story is different. I, too, wanted to see Casey get hers in the end, but there is always another book to do that. This is a perfect series if you are wondering if you would like to pursue BDSM in reading. It's not too much, but gives you a wide range of scenes to discover.
Jennifer on 05/28/2014 01:55pm
I would love to stay at the Castle. No vacation could be sweeter.
Jennifer on 05/28/2014 01:55pm
I would love to stay at the Castle. No vacation could be sweeter.
DJ on 05/11/2014 05:36pm
This is a great installment in this series. It extends the story to the local community with one of the Masters becoming interested in a local business owner. The relationship develops in an engaging and believable way. I highly recommend it and can't wait for the next one.
DJ on 05/11/2014 05:36pm
This is a great installment in this series. It extends the story to the local community with one of the Masters becoming interested in a local business owner. The relationship develops in an engaging and believable way. I highly recommend it and can't wait for the next one.
Katy Beth McKee on 03/15/2014 02:17pm
"""Another great story in the Masters of the Castle series. Sinclair seems to have her dream stolen by someone she used to consider a friend. She is struggling. Parker has an interest but he's afraid that knowing all there is to know about him she will reject him so he figures that better not to ask then be rejected. His friend decide to help both Sinclair's business out and give them a push together. The together works out but business might be a bit worse for it. """
Katy Beth McKee on 03/15/2014 02:17pm
"""Another great story in the Masters of the Castle series. Sinclair seems to have her dream stolen by someone she used to consider a friend. She is struggling. Parker has an interest but he's afraid that knowing all there is to know about him she will reject him so he figures that better not to ask then be rejected. His friend decide to help both Sinclair's business out and give them a push together. The together works out but business might be a bit worse for it. """
La Louise on 02/26/2014 04:35am
Another great book from the Master of the Castles series. I really liked the 2 main characters. The doubts and fears they feel before getting together make them very real.
La Louise on 02/26/2014 04:35am
Another great book from the Master of the Castles series. I really liked the 2 main characters. The doubts and fears they feel before getting together make them very real.
KArc on 02/23/2014 11:44pm
I loved this story. I had a little trouble with Parker at first. I found it unusual for a dominant to take so long to ask a woman out. But once he did, his dominant side came through loud and strong. I loved the words he used to direct Sinclair during a scene. They were strong, direct, hot! I would like to have seen Casey taken down a few pegs.
KArc on 02/23/2014 11:44pm
"I loved this story. I had a little trouble with Parker at first. I found it unusual for a dominant to take so long to ask a woman out. But once he did, his dominant side came through loud and strong. I loved the words he used to direct Sinclair during a scene. They were strong, direct, hot! I would like to have seen Casey taken down a few pegs."
Petra on 02/21/2014 10:07am
Hot, sweet and made me laugh too.
Petra on 02/21/2014 10:07am
Hot, sweet and made me laugh too.
anon on 02/20/2014 07:40am
This story just adds to the fact that this series has been nothing but successful. Sinclair's character is so caring, driven, defensive and vulnerable. Parker is a strong alpha who knows what he wants and is willing to patiently work for it. The Castle provides the backdrop and the entertainment. It was fun being introduced to BDSM with Sinclair. I'm hoping the story of Casey's comeuppance is next.
anon on 02/20/2014 07:40am
This story just adds to the fact that this series has been nothing but successful. Sinclair's character is so caring, driven, defensive and vulnerable. Parker is a strong alpha who knows what he wants and is willing to patiently work for it. The Castle provides the backdrop and the entertainment. It was fun being introduced to BDSM with Sinclair. I'm hoping the story of Casey's comeuppance is next.
Merna on 02/11/2014 02:32pm
I was a bit dubious how the candy theme was going to work with the castle, but Maren Smith has done it again with a wonderful story. Parker is just perfect for Sinclair, and I loved the HEA. I just wish we had seen Sinclair redeemed in the eyes of her hometown, and Casey shamed for her hateful behavior.
Merna on 02/11/2014 02:32pm
I was a bit dubious how the candy theme was going to work with the castle, but Maren Smith has done it again with a wonderful story. Parker is just perfect for Sinclair, and I loved the HEA. I just wish we had seen Sinclair redeemed in the eyes of her hometown, and Casey shamed for her hateful behavior.
Terisa Nicole on 02/10/2014 07:14pm
I started reading Masters of the Castle a while back and have completely fallen in love with them. They were my first BDSM books, and at first -like any newbie- I was a little iffy. However, Maren Smith's writing and the terrific plot's have not failed to widen my horizons and keep me unbelievably interested. This fourth book was no acception and I loved it...although i would have prefered more spanking, I adored the story and the characters within.
Terisa Nicole on 02/10/2014 07:14pm
I started reading Masters of the Castle a while back and have completely fallen in love with them. They were my first BDSM books, and at first -like any newbie- I was a little iffy. However, Maren Smith's writing and the terrific plot's have not failed to widen my horizons and keep me unbelievably interested. This fourth book was no acception and I loved it...although i would have prefered more spanking, I adored the story and the characters within.
Kamil Tyler on 02/09/2014 09:49pm
I've enjoyed this story the most to date. I wish there was more time given to this story though. It seemed to end to soon.
Kamil Tyler on 02/09/2014 09:49pm
I've enjoyed this story the most to date. I wish there was more time given to this story though. It seemed to end to soon.
JJ on 02/07/2014 04:15pm
I love the Masters of the Castle. Maren is an amazing author and her stories are full of romantic, loving BDSM, just the kind I like to read about most. This is her fourth book in this series and every bit as excellent as the other three. Sinclair is an BDSM innocent but when Parker meets her, he wants he instantly. Afraid to risk losing her because of his preferences he doesn't ask her out, but when the other Masters get involved, suddenly Sinclair knows exactly what kind of relationship Parker wants. Instead of terrifying her, the idea interests her and what follows is a beautiful story about her introduction to BDSM.
JJ on 02/07/2014 04:15pm
I love the Masters of the Castle. Maren is an amazing author and her stories are full of romantic, loving BDSM, just the kind I like to read about most. This is her fourth book in this series and every bit as excellent as the other three. Sinclair is an BDSM innocent but when Parker meets her, he wants he instantly. Afraid to risk losing her because of his preferences he doesn't ask her out, but when the other Masters get involved, suddenly Sinclair knows exactly what kind of relationship Parker wants. Instead of terrifying her, the idea interests her and what follows is a beautiful story about her introduction to BDSM.
LJ on 02/04/2014 10:31pm
I love this series. Sweet Sinclair is the fourth book I have read in this series and it is awesome! Parker and Sinclair are perfect for each other when they finally stop just flirting. I would give this more than give stars if possible! Add it to your must read list you don't want to miss this one.
LJ on 02/04/2014 10:31pm
I love this series. Sweet Sinclair is the fourth book I have read in this series and it is awesome! Parker and Sinclair are perfect for each other when they finally stop just flirting. I would give this more than give stars if possible! Add it to your must read list you don't want to miss this one.
SH on 02/02/2014 07:55pm
Oh I just love the castle series and this one is a wonderful addition! I love Sinclair, she touched me right at the beginning and I was thrilled she met Parker. Great story with a wonderful ending! Can't wait for the next in the series!!
SH on 02/02/2014 07:55pm
Oh I just love the castle series and this one is a wonderful addition! I love Sinclair, she touched me right at the beginning and I was thrilled she met Parker. Great story with a wonderful ending! Can't wait for the next in the series!!
Laurel Lasky on 01/30/2014 10:34am
This was a marvelous read. Some of it was so funny and some of the scenes were so arousing. Read this in the morning as reading it at night can cause you to have trouble sleeping.
Laurel Lasky on 01/30/2014 10:34am
This was a marvelous read. Some of it was so funny and some of the scenes were so arousing. Read this in the morning as reading it at night can cause you to have trouble sleeping.
Lauren on 01/30/2014 09:48am
AMAZING!! This is the first book in this series that i've ever read, and I have to say that I absolutely cannot wait to read the rest of them!
Lauren on 01/30/2014 09:48am
AMAZING!! This is the first book in this series that i've ever read, and I have to say that I absolutely cannot wait to read the rest of them!
Rhonda on 01/29/2014 11:20pm
I could not put this book diwn. It was absolutely WONDERFUL. Sinclair and Parker make the oerfect couple. The dialogue was witty, I couldnt help but laugh through parts of the book and squirm in my seat during other parts 5 stars are just not enough to fairly rate this story!! I definately hope there are more Castle books to enjoy in the future!
Rhonda on 01/29/2014 11:20pm
I could not put this book diwn. It was absolutely WONDERFUL. Sinclair and Parker make the oerfect couple. The dialogue was witty, I couldnt help but laugh through parts of the book and squirm in my seat during other parts 5 stars are just not enough to fairly rate this story!! I definately hope there are more Castle books to enjoy in the future!
Krista Strickland on 01/29/2014 06:07pm
There are not enough stars for this book! It is sexy, it's sweet, it's funny and thoughtful. You will root for Sinclair from the first moment your eyes read the first sentence. You will root for her to find love and cheer for her when she realizes what she really wants.
Krista Strickland on 01/29/2014 06:07pm
There are not enough stars for this book! It is sexy, it's sweet, it's funny and thoughtful. You will root for Sinclair from the first moment your eyes read the first sentence. You will root for her to find love and cheer for her when she realizes what she really wants.

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