AJ in late position facing flop push w TPTK
Ok, one more hand from my recent Mirage trip playing $1/$2 cash game. This one I believe is straight forward, but want to see if any of you think differently.
I'm in late position w :Ad: :Js: and folds to me. (fairly unusual btw, was a lotta limping going on at this table during this portion of play) I raise it to the table standard of $12. Folds to the BB villain.
We just combined 2 short handed tables into one full game, so my only read on her is this: The dealer knows her and a "regular" from my original short table knows her too. However, she only has $100 in front of her. At this point, I had over $400 in my stack.
BB villain calls. Pot = $25.
Flop comes :Jh:
Villain checks to me, I bet $20. (could have made it $15)
With zero hesitation, the villain pushes all in ($88 total, $68 to call)
Pot is $133.
Any reason not to call the $68 getting those odds
Its possible she just called preflop w a premium pair to try to get it all in on the flop or hit trips on me (2 pair very unlikely). But she could also very easily have a worse Jack here (KJ, QJ, J10) or be playing a flush draw fast. Less likely, but possible, would be 2 overs or a smaller pp playing fast on the assumption that I may have missed and just be doing a standard cbet.
Thoughts on my thinking and line?