Meira & The Seahorse is the second in the Meira series of romantic adventure novels in which Meira, our sexy heroine with the fantastic memory, is forced to leave the comfort of her life in Paris to protect her mother.
It begins when old friend Peter Jordan appears on her doorstep, sending chills through her veins as the implications go home. If Peter can find her, so can her enemies, and her mother's enemies: she must run, and she must run now.
Pushing back her anger at having her life so suddenly disrupted she goes through a prepared routine that gives her a new identity, and takes her south, to the coast. There she joins a luxury yacht and is introduced to George Hasting, captain of the Seahorse, and his crew.
Unaware that George is not the boat's real owner, she never-the-less begins to wonder at the background of the other crew members, and the strangely silent way Seahorse slides over the water. They head not for Greece, as originally planned, but instead turn southwest for Morocco, Tangiers, and Casablanca. As the inconsistencies pile up she wonders if she has in fact escaped, or if she has fallen into a well planned trap.