The line separating flesh from spirit can be elusive....
Teenaged altar boy Jonah Gregory's faith is strong, even if some of his beliefs are unconventional. Jonah is certain Christ is gay, like him, and he knows the devotion he feels is mutual. His plans to become a priest are called into question when he meets Rusty Naylor, the closeted son of a famous romance novelist. Not only is Rusty attractive and charming, he could be Jesus's twin. Jonah is torn between the calling of his soul and the desires of his body-a distinction that grows more and more muddled since Jonah can't look at Rusty without imagining the Lord, and vice versa. Worse yet, Jonah feels caught in a tug-of-war between them.
As Jonah struggles to determine the course of his life, he's aided by his parents, Rusty's famous mother, a surly Father from Brooklyn, and the two men who hold sway over his heart: Rusty and the Lord.