Neither Castle nor Beckett has broached the subject of the liplock since — and still won’t, even when they face the possibility of death by freezer. “I don’t feel like that’s a cheat at all,” insists Marlowe. “To confront the kiss head-on wouldn’t be true to either of the characters. She’s never been open about how she feels about anything, and he usually finds a way to joke about everything. By not doing that, you understand how important it really was to him.”
While Marlowe concedes network execs have concerns about letting the pair embark on a relationship — “Everyone talks about the Moonlighting curse” — ultimately, he considers his show less a murder-mystery caper than a grand love story. Which means the answer to the eternal question of “Will they or won’t they?” is a resounding “They will.” "I’m absolutely convinced there’s quality storytelling to be had after they get together," says Marlowe, who’s been married since 1997 to fellow Castle writer Terri Miller. "Anybody who’s been in a relationship knows that they have complexities and compromises. There’s plenty of stuff to mine."
I especially love the parts I bolded. I love that Andrew Marlowe shares Stana’s POV. Because it’s true. If the fanfics are any indication, the fans are as interested in seeing two people get together and face new challenges as a couple as they are in the chase. Castle and Beckett could still share funny, sweet, sexy and angsty moments after becoming a couple. The transition just needs to be done the right way, when it feels like the time has come to cross that line. And I trust Andrew Marlowe. I think he won’t disappoint us.