Elder Boone is the main topic of discussion between President Lee and Bishop Davis. The two men agree that the fastest way to a man's heart is to open it to the pleasures of the flesh. Men surround the boy, savoring every inch of his silky smooth skin. There is no lie about Elder Boone, and President Oak is fascinated by the openness and honesty Boone brings when he fully engages in his lessons. Surrounded by other handsome missionaries, Boone recalls how he was in love with his older half-brother, but now, instead of suppressing his attraction, he is free to enjoy his desires to the fullest. Although he sees himself growing as a person, Boone still needs a reminder that actions have consequences. Since the rules have been broken, President Oak must remind Boone that he is being watched and that the Order's commandments must be kept.