Path of Angels isn't young adult. The characters are older, the youngest being 18 at the beginning of book one, so it's more New Adult or Urban Fantasy. And unlike my young adult stories, there is actual sex or sexy time fun. (I'm not against young adult novels including sex, but I got tired of reading so many YAs that had main characters obsessing about it. So when I wrote Being Human, there is nothing sexual in Tommy's "romance" with Sunlight because I didn't want to add to the pile of stories making it seem like sex was the magic key to make relationships work*. Also because Tommy's a vampire and doesn't have any blood so that makes it kind of hard for a certain body part to work.)
I've gone back and forth over this for some time. I'm really not too keen on the idea of creating a whole new identity for one series. Plus, I want to get the first book out in March. That's not much time to build a new audience. (Totally my fault for wasting time wondering instead of taking action.)
I think I may be getting closer to an answer though. I think I will put a pen name on Path of Angels, but it's not going to be something completely different. When I was little, I told my grandma I wanted to be called Patricia Josephine (why, I have no idea.) I think I'll use that name and have a section on the website for my New Adult stories and add into my bios that I write NA under Patricia Josephine. Hopefully, Patricia will be the connecting dot that will lead people to my books, and let them know which is YA and which is NA. That way if someone only wants to read YA they don't accidentally buy the NA, and visa versa.
At least, that's what I hope will happen. Reality may prove very different. I've seen a few authors do this. Jennifer L. Armentrout has done it. Or at least I assume that's why she has J. Lynn on some covers, to distinguish between genres. (Although, I'm not about to put Patricia Lynne writing as Patricia Josephine on my books.)
*Sometimes, in all honesty, in those stories it really seemed like if the characters had just communicated their relationship wouldn't have been so rocky. Then the story would have been shorter or non-existent, sooooo, eh. Either way, communication is the real magic key to relationships. This also applies to adult romances.