I bet, just because I also bluff at those kinds of flops (after a flop with a pair and an overcard it is very unlikely that they're strong).
The other option is to slow play thinking that she probably hasn't hit the king, but then you're only playing to let her improve her hand and even if she does improve it's going to be very difficult to get all of her chips in the middle.
If she hasn't hit the king, the only card we can hope for is an ace on the turn/river, anything else has almost zero chance of getting a tight player to put their chips in with. Even if it does hit, it might be too late to get enough chips in the middle having not built the pot on the flop and possibly the turn aswell.
I bet it, and she folds most of the time but I bet it anyway, maybe even show my cards because I'm going to be bluffing
in this spot much more often than I'm going to have quads. When she calls/raises, great, I keep betting until the chips are all in the middle or she folds.