Welcome to the site @hjn0719 ! My wife plays an older version of the Adams set. She likes it and it has held up well. I have also heard good things about the Callaway set. Both are designed to help the newer golf make good contact and get the ball in the air. You really can't go wrong with either set.
So, I would recommend you choose the set that feels better and looks better to your eye. Go to the retailer and take your time hitting both sets of clubs. Evaluate how each set looks at set up to you and which is easier to aim the clubface to your eye. Listen to how each set, particularly woods, sound to your ear on contact. If the retailer has a flightscope or other simulator, see which driver gives you more distance and accuracy. You will use the driver a lot. Most courses are set up longer for women. My wife uses a driver on almost every tee at some courses.
Take your time picking the set that fits you best. Have fun and let us know which set you chose.