Miss Pym, a housekeeper-turned-heiress, sets off on a wonderful adventure on the Stagecoach bound for Exeter. Along the way, she certainly does have her adventures - in the form of a highwayman, getting caught in snow, and finally having to solve an almost-murder!
It was a very entertaining book - light and easy to read. The author has a simple and engaging way of writing and I couldn't put the book down. The cast was made up of a motley mix of well fleshed out characters, with two couples being the recipients of Miss Pym's matchmaking efforts. Each character had their back story and reason why they were on their way to Exeter, and it was quite interesting to see the stories unfold. There wasn't much in terms of heart-wrenching or swoon-worthy romance, and in fact, I felt the romance to be more of a aside to the main story of how a group of people cope being snowed in together.
The Kindle Unlimited edition seems to be a draft as there are a few typos, but that didn't detract from the story. On further investigation, there seems to be two copies of the books (in fact the whole series) on sale - one published by RosettaBooks and is on Kindle Unlimited, and the other version published by Hachette and is not on KU. The difference seems to be in the title - "Traveling" vs "Travelling". My guess is the former is intended for the American market and the latter for the UK/AU market. In either case, it's a recommended read from me!