Latter-day Saint theology is much more consistent with many of the principles of Semi-Pelagianism and Semi-Augustinianism. The only force that could induce Eve to do as she did was love.
Adam and Eve didn't fall because they had freedom, but because they submitted to the power of non-principled love that drove them to violate God's spiritual laws. A world of perfection would be an incredibly pure and sensitive society. When he walks into the chamber, he is overcome with horror: the lifeless form of Henry Clerval lies before him.
And many who have walked a spiritual path will testify to the immense special temptations, obstructions and satanic forces they have to encounter as they seek to live God's way of life.
God is the source of truth and love and life.
We have lost God and mankind has been living in darkness. Free will, though it makes evil possible, is also the only thing that makes possible any love or goodness or joy worth having.
Latter-day Saints share the understanding of many that we live in a fallen world that is in desperate need of redemption and that salvation can come only through the Lord Jesus Christ see Mosiah ; Acts Eve felt great fear and confusion when she realized she had disobeyed God.
Man chose to live outside of God's laws and the illicit love of Lucifer shattered the true freedom of man. The sweet and distant Sanders interfere with their Offaly gums or raise it in an inspiring way.