Mira, Jun 24 2014, $14.95
When Manhattan's renowned dominatrix Nora Sutherlin was teenager Eleanor Schreiber, her life was radically different. Her single mom worked two jobs to feed and shelter them, but also was deeply religious and demanded her daughter obey the Lord. On the other side of the spectrum, her felonious dad ran a car theft ring and chop shop. Elle preferred her father’s flamboyant lifestyle over her mom’s pious poverty.
When the cops catch Elle breaking the law while helping her dad pay back a large sum of money he owes, the judge chooses probation leniency rather than juvenile detention. Thus she must perform community service under the direction of Father Marcus “Søren” Stearns. The motorcycle-riding Jesuit priest promises young Elle much more than just working off her sentencing.
The first Original Sinners: White Years tells the enjoyable back story of how Elle became Nora under the mentoring of Father Søren. Well-written, series fans will enjoy the teen years though no revelations are added to what we know about The Big Apple’s top dominatrix and her well-endowed priest-teacher from Original Sinners: The Red Years dark BDSM erotica (see The Mistress, The Angel, The Prince and The Siren)