I have been a lover of sweeping historical novels since I was a child, particularly with books by Samuel Shellabarger, Anya Seton, Rosemary Sutcliffe, and many others. One of my favorite books as a child told the story of Robin Hood. Eventually this germinated into a novel I called Shadows in the Wood. Upon purchasing it, Kensington changed the title to Lady of the Forest, which I must admit I have always disliked. Then I tackled a novel that had been sitting in the back of my head for over 20 years, the story of the Massacre of Glencoe, set in the Scottish Highlands in 1692, when the Campbells attempted to wipe out the Glencoe MacDonald clan and nearly succeeded. Sold to Kensington along with a sequel to Lady of the Forest, Glen of Sorrows became Lady of the Glen. The second Robin Hood novel picked up where the first had left off, exploring the further adventures of Robin Hood, Marian, and the Merry Men
Click on cover images for descriptions. All three historicals were repackaged in traditional romance covers, and were reissued in 2008.