I read this as a paperback in the 1990s in Ashland, KY. I think the cover had the eponymous castle with various characters seen in it. I think I later learned it was the second book in the series. The viewpoint character was a female from Earth, or a place very like it, who accidentally transports to the castle while taking a shower, leaving her naked and eyes stinging from the soap she can no longer rinse off. She eventually encounters other members of the castle who come from various worlds. One, I think, was a male, but I don't remember much about him. Another was a yeti-like furred creature that came from a very cold world. I remember a scene with him where he was inwardly joking about having to deal with a "piss-cicle" because he was using the bathroom outside and it was freezing fast. At some point, those three get marooned in a world where their magic doesn't work very well, and which is much warmer, causing the yeti guy's fur to start to fall out as he grew sick from too much heat. One of them had the power to summon items, with early summons involving some kind of green goo (maybe it was her shampoo that she was summoning?) and later using it to grab some very sickly-looking hamburgers that they used for food while stranded. Eventually, they got back to the castle.
Near the end of the book, the King of the castle comes back. I want to say that he was somewhere like Earth when an assassin with a gun went after him, with some description of how the stray bullet had lodged itself in a box of books, having pierced several. His magical ability is much more powerful summoning/creation. I remember him repeatedly summoning a helicopter around him as he approached his destination, it constantly getting shot down or dispelled or something. Later on, he's being chased by some sort of demons. I remember him summoning metal walls and, at one point, a mushroom-shaped plug of stone to close up a hole. Eventually, he meets the antagonist, who I want to say is a relative, maybe an uncle. During their dialogue, there was a point made about disrespect by not standing when the other entered the room, but I forget how exactly it worked. Eventually, the King beat the evil wizard and that was the end of the book.
I keep wanting to say that the title was something like Magic Castle [for Sale], but I think that's me confusing it with Terry Brooks's Magic Kingdom for Sale - Sold!.