Lunatic Fringe


Lunatic Fringe by Allison Moon indulges in the feminine wild with this lesbian novel, taking a twist on the classic werewolf story.

Lexie Clarion’s first night at college is eventful in more ways than one! She discovers a pack of radical feminist werewolf hunters and their unique ways of managing werewolf menaces.

The next morning, Lexie falls for a mysterious, rugged woman who may be one of those hunted by the Pack. Both sides fight for Lexie’s allegiance, and as they battle new secrets, enemies, and hatreds surface.

Lunatic Fringe is the perfect combination of fantasy, lesbians, and romance. For other books by Allison Moon, check out Girl Sex 101 and Getting It.

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Werewolves are back.

Lexie Clarion is nervous about college. She’s plagued with beastly visions, local werewolf attacks are on the rise, and she really wants to kiss a girl. And classes haven’t even started yet.

Things start looking up when she meets the Pack, a group of radical women who have their own methods for handling the werewolf menace. Fascinated by their politics, intimacy, and general bad-assery, Lexie’s sure she wants to join them, until an accident brings a captivating stranger into her life; Archer, a rugged woman with heterochromatic eyes and a dark secret.

The Pack will go to brutal lengths to win Lexie’s favor, but they underestimate Archer’s love. As Archer and the Pack battle for Lexie’s allegiance, the waxing moon illuminates old hatreds, new enemies, and a secret from Lexie’s child-hood that will change her life forever.

About the Author

Allison Moon is the author of the critically acclaimed sexual education guide Girl Sex 101. , as well as Getting it: A Guide to Hot, Healthy, Hookups and Shame-Free Sex Moon is a popular sex educator, leading workshops on sexual pleasure and technique, polyamory, LGBTQ+ issues, and more. She has been quoted in CosmopolitanNew York magazine, and the Washington Post.

Additional information

Weight 17 oz
Dimensions 9 × 6 × 3 in


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