|Product Name||Highland Fire|
|Category||Book / Magazine / Publication|
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|Long Description||Overview New York Times bestselling author Hannah Howell delivers her most enthralling novel yet with the story of an innocent beauty and an unjustly accused laird who discover a rapturous passion as they embark upon a wondrous journey across the rugged Scottish highlands. . . Swept overboard and stranded on the rocky shores of Scotland, Moira Robertson is left with only the tattered clothes on her back--and the mysterious stranger who came to her aid on the ship. Although their close surroundings unsettle her, she soon cannot resist his touch which awakens a burning ache deep within her. But can she trust her life--and her heart--to this darkly seductive man? Tavig MacAlpin is a condemned man. Accused of a murder he did not commit, his escape is thwarted by a flame-haired beauty. He must continue his search for justice, but fate has bound him to this Scottish lass--and to a slow, sensual desire that will not be denied. . . Praise for Hannah Howell and her Highland novels. . . "Few authors portray the Scottish highlands as lovingly or colorfully as Hannah Howell."--Publishers Weekly "Expert storyteller Howell pens another Highland winner."--Romantic Times|
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People have mentioned that they had some issues in creating the tables needed to import the data. We added build scripts to the data downloads that should make that easier if you are using MySQL, MS SQL Server or Oracle.
Simply unzip your data download as you normall would. In the folder you will find scripts that can help you build the tables that you then import the data to.
Hopefully, this will make the import process a lot easier for you. You still need to add indexes and foreign keys if you like. The scripts are intended to get the data into your database where you may want to transfer it to other tables or otherwise massage it. So we did not add any indexing or foreign keys to these scripts assuming the tables are only temporary.