Trembling, she turned on the water and stepped inside. The warm flow soothed away her worries, and she closed her eyes and smiled.
“I know you’re in there,” a raspy voice wheezed.
Screaming, she tangled the curtain and fell flat on her face. Looking up, she saw her husband smirking. “Bit nervous?” he jabbed.
“Better watch your back next time YOU’RE in here,” she muttered. “I’ll be lurking. You’re never safe.”