“I should warn you, Master Eagle, I bite and have been known to scratch.” Peyton Jackson was a Pulitzer Prize winning investigative journalist, the best in her field, but in Castle Sin, she was known only as Sub PJ.
Peyton had stayed away from the ocean for a reason, yet there she was, on a remote island in Key West, surrounded by the sea, gazing at the majestic castle meant to become her home … at least, that’s what she made the seven Masters believe … In reality, she was there for only one reason: to get her cousin off the island.
Auden Devlin intrigued Mia. For nine long months, she tiptoed around the indoor pool at her workplace, never getting close to him, or the water. Her love of music and career as a physical therapist always came first—no time for any distractions. Finding him painting a mural on the empty wall of her therapy space, twisted her in places she thought closed off for years.
Mia Aldrich filled him with wonder; something he lost several years ago when his dreams of being an Olympic hopeful collapsed in a heap of twisted metal. Colors surrounded her like prisms in a kaleidoscope, triggering his desire to paint and possess her beauty. His Pisces nature pulled him toward her like gravity to the earth. His visions of her captured on canvas, and all he imagined halts when her fear collides with his passion.
TThe road to hell is paved by good intentions. I’m living proof of that. When I met my wife I had good intentions. When I stayed in a marriage that doesn’t work (to put it lightly) I had good intentions. But then she came to work for me. She was supposed to just be a desire I would never fulfil. I am a married man. A father, and she is too young. But then, my wife crossed the line, and she came offering something I couldn’t say no to, and all my good intentions went right where I was going. To hell. **WARNING! THIS BOOK CONTAINS CHEATING