Kai Nez is pathetic. At least that's what his mother tells him after blaming him for his father's death from a diabetic coma. He's the poor part native, part white gay guy the bullies picked on in their small-town high school, on the outskirts of Phoenix, Arizona. The crush he has on the football quarterback—homecoming king Conner Mitchell—will always be that, a crush. And he's fine with it. Until Conner corners Kai at his graduation party and gives Kai something to fantasize about, then disappears. Years later, Kai is bar tending at a local restaurant. He's happy where he's at and he's good at his job. Then Conner Mitchell shows up at the restaurant and bulldozes back into Kai's life. At the same time, weird things start happening in the duplex he shares with his best friend. Haunted house things. Conner Mitchell lives the good life, born into wealth, perfect student, perfect athlete and dating the perfect girl. But perfection is over-rated and short lived. After college and landing a lucrative job as a pharmaceutical rep, he breaks up with his girlfriend, moves back to the small town he grew up in, and finds Kai again. The brief moment they shared at his graduation party has always haunted him. And now Kai is dealing with a different kind of haunting and needs his help. Kai is skeptical and fearful of both ghosts and Conner's intentions. Conner isn't going to let this chance pass him by. It's time to show Kai who he really is and prove to Kai he's not pathetic. He's perfect.