I am not a glock fan myself, but since you already have one, why not look into having the grip altered? There are sleeves they put on the grip, as well as shops that actually shave off some of the plastic from the grip and/or trigger guard. You may end up unhappy with it for carry, but satisfied with it for a night stand pistol.
I do LOVE my CZ-75b, especially the grip (one of the pistols you listed is a clone of a CZ). I also love my Bersa Thunder9 UCP and seriously miss the smaller Bersa Thunder380 that I my sister now carries. The grip on the lil Bersa Thunder380 is great, and the pistol isn't huge but is not a "pocket pistol". It fires the .380acp round which doesn't have the power of a 9mm but is enough to make me feel able to stop a threat. The Thunder380 looks like the James Bond pistol of yesteryear.
Consider having the glock altered to better fit you. Try on a few CZ products, and please, at least hold a couple of Bersa pistols (have some nice brushed nickel finishes available).
If you decide the simple operation of the Glock outweighs the comfort of a CZ or the little Bersa, consider the Springfield XD line. My XD45 is a bit large for concealed carry, but it has been very, very reliable and has a trigger I like better than the glocks I've shot. There are XD compacts and XD single stacks for additional compactness.
Don't give up until you find something you are comfortable with. Not to come off as sexist, but I doubt many gun shops would complain about a lady fondling their firearms, whereas they can tire of this with middle-aged men.
Bersa .380, also available in double-stack with 15+1 capacity
The bersa 9mm I have.
The bersa's also have this key that fits a little socket on their frames to allow you to lock the pistol "safe" in the event you have children over or are leaving town.