Ladi practically had to manipulate and bully her into going along with the idea.
You'll have to read the book to find out how the story goes.
I read a copy of Vivian Kay's book, "Honour Among All" and I have to admit, it gave me a lot of food for thought.
I had to read it one more time before I felt like I understood a lot of the complex issues the story was dealing with.
It's a Christian fiction novella so it was written with Christian themes.
The main premise of the book was about swinging (wife swapping) in the Christian community, but it was also much more than that.
I must also commend the author on the way she handled Moni's own issues, because she's not completely innocent either.
Thankfully she had a wise mum that she could run to, who called her out and gave her advice when she needed help.
Vivian Kay handles all the different issues deftly and with maturity.
For me, one of the main issues was: how do we interpret God's word? Their anger and bitterness towards each other is affecting their daughter.
Do we follow it to the letter, or do we twist it to fit our own agenda? There's no more trust, and pretty soon, other unresolved issues pile up until they are at breaking point.