"For God is working in you, giving you the desire and the power to do what pleases him."
 (Philippians 2:13)

I've heard it said that only having two options is not free will.

Having two options simply calls you to choose.

Free will means you have the ability to choose either one.

Just because you have free will doesn't mean you you are free of consequences.

The meaning of the word "will" in Hebrew is favor.

So you're free to will or to favor something over another.

God doesn't force Himself upon those who have no desire for Him.

Free will simply means you're free to favor something over another or to choose something over another.

Contrary to what many believe, the word "will" does NOT mean someone is free to be able to fly or do things that the human body obviously wasn't made to do. Many might believe giving Adam and Eve only two choices was not free will. 

How so? They were given at  LEAST two options. There were only two options, but that was the only thing required to test the human heart.

So you would think it would've been easier for Adam and Eve to make the right decision.
Instead they showed how flawed we are as humans.

Yet God wanted to take the risk and make us free will creatures. People with the ability to choose. To favor other things aside from Him.

However, that does not mean it's the RIGHT decision.

The one thing society as a whole cannot grasp is being wrong.

God gave Adam and Eve Specific Instructions and they chose their own way.

To this day and until the end of the world, we will still be making our own choices over God.

However, those who desire to make things right will do what is right. 

The desire to make things right comes through the power of Jesus Christ. 

"If you seek Him, you will find Him when you seek Him with all your heart" (Jeremiah 29:13)