Phantom's Destruction Or Destiny

By: Dixie Lynn Dwyer

Power Surge: The Billionaire Club 5

Adelina Jennings has worked for Jett and Flynn Greyson for more than two years. She has lusted for them, and taken care of them even when they were drunk or had a night of pleasure with some one-night stand. She is at her wits’ end, and when some woman tries to trick Flynn into bed to get pregnant and land a billionaire, she sets her in her place. With a bruised hand and a sickening feeling in her gut after tucking a drunk Flynn into bed, Adelina decides that it’s time to move on. She needs to get these men out of her head, because they don’t want her in that way.

When she meets Mr. Right, it takes some serious threats and a bit of pain for her to realize that he is actually Mr. Wrong.

Dear Readers,

Thank you for your continued support and for making Power Surge: The Billionaire Club such a successful series.

Here we are. The final story about the most mysterious members of the Billionaire Club, Jett and Flynn Greyson.

Rich, powerful, sexy, resourceful, but too scared, too uncertain to follow their own dreams and desires.

Adelina, strong willed, determined, a fighter, family supporter, a woman surviving on the hope that two men she adores will one day see her as more than just their club’s manager.

To love someone from afar, in hiding and infatuation, can be both physically and emotionally draining. To watch them love, or be loved, and feel the pain of it not being you, is life altering.

But if all you had to do was put aside your pride, and your greatest fears, and just open up your heart so the ones you loved would know, could you do it? Could you make that leap of faith? Could you expose your deepest desires with a chance of being turned down?

The power of love is very powerful indeed, but the power of fear, can alter one’s destiny.

Enjoy the story!

Thank you from the bottom of my heart for being such loyal reading fans.




Adelina Parker clutched her bag to her quivering stomach as she entered the back room of O’Connor’s Pub in Queens. She hated this place. She hated coming here to drop off money every few weeks, and she hated the way the men all watched her when she came in. A couple of times they tried to hit on her, talk her into staying for a drink, or they simply stared at her as if she were a piece of meat.

It was better that she came to pay her sister’s debt than her sister Kaitlin coming. Kaitlin would never be able to handle this. Not that Adelina was foolish enough to think that these men wouldn’t try anything. But she was way more street smart and savvy than Kaitlin. She wished her sister hadn’t borrowed the money from Mr. Margliado. But then, Bryer, Kaitlin’s son would have probably died.

“He’s waiting for you in the back. You’re looking good, Adelina. On your way to work, or are you off tonight?” Danny asked, as he licked his lips and eyed her over. She knew that she was taking a risk coming here early in the evening before work and all dressed up for The Phantom, but it was better than showing up here at four o’clock in the morning when the club closed, and when all the drunks were here at O’Connor’s.

What a front this place was. No one would ever expect a bunch of mafiosos to own an Irish bar.

“I’m on my way to work. I really need to be quick. Is Sergio back there?”

“Yeah, honey. Go right in,” Danny said. When she looked over her shoulder at the stupid men staring at her ass in the tight dress she wore, she had second thoughts about coming here like this. She just needed to get in and out. Another five thousand paid. Ten thousand more to go and their debt would be paid.

As she entered the small beat-up hallway, she heard Danny close the door. She made it to the only door down the hallway and knocked first. The sound of a man’s voice telling her to enter radiated through the wooden door. It didn’t sound like Sergio at all.

She slowly opened the door, and when the room came into view, there were five men sitting around a table. A quick scan out of habit, and she noticed the three other men, leaning against the wall suddenly stand straight and look her over.

“Ah, Adelina, so nice of you to stop by,” Sergio stated.

“Who is this lovely creature?” one of the men asked. She got such a sick feeling in her gut. God, she didn’t want to be here.

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