When Nya realized that she had feelings for her best friend Mona, all she wanted was to jump in a river and drown. Her culture was restrictive, and would not let her express love the way she wanted to. But love had proven to be the downfall of her family, would it be hers to?
Nya had always wanted to fly free. Free form limitations and restrictions. The women in her family are disowned in her village and called names behind their backs. They are seen as sinners, as treasonous their community. Her grandmother had never been the same since. She had lost her mind. Her daughter, Mumbi, had followed in her footsteps and branded a sinner. Nya was the only one left and she could not disappoint. Not her community, not her grandmother. So Nya holds back her urges. She prayed to Christ to remove what she thought was a sin in her. But it doesn't take long to snap. Nya would eventually get tired of hiding who she is. Her best friend would be her downfall. She was her temptation.