Both the arts and having children are very important to Morgana Wolff, but she has just learned that her new husband, Thornton, actively dislikes both. Oops. Can these newlyweds save their young marriage? Should they even try?
The Wolffs are one of the oldest and proudest families in Moonlight Falls. The only other family that's been around as long is the Van Goulds, and these two clans are bitter rivals. Debate rages over the identity of the town's original founders, but the Wolffs will never surrender their claim. Will the Wolffs finally find the respect they feel they deserve or will Ayden Van Gould buy his way into Moonlight Falls history?
Pappy is the patriarch of the Wolff clan and was raised with the dogged belief that the Wolffs were the original settlers of Moonlight Falls... a claim hotly disputed by the Van Gould family. Pappy lives alone on the opposite end of town from all those "undead deadbeats". Will the Wolffs and Van Goulds continue their feud? Or can Pappy be the bigger Wolff and make peace?
The reason that Thornton dislikes children is because of the relationship he had with his parents, with whom he never got along. It's also implied that Thornton married Morgana because he had to, not because he's in love with her. This scenario is similar to the Crosby family and Andrews family.
A large part of the Wolff family re-appears in Moonlight Falls as actual werewolfs. Although the exact relationship between the two is unkown, it is confirmed that the two are related.
Wolff: from wolf, carnivorous mammals that typically live and hunt in hierarchical packs and prey on livestock and game animals. One that is regarded as predatory, rapacious, and fierce. Morgana Wolff: a "circling sea or great brightness; bright or white sea dweller". Thornton Wolff: U.S. architect, born in the British Virgin Islands. Pappy: slang for "father/dad" Dwayne: "dark, black". Refers to the black T-shirt he wears with most of his outfits. Erica: "eternal ruler"; also derived from Ericaceae, a family of plants including heather and some berry bushes, such as blueberry and cranberry. Refers to the effort she puts into disciplining her family, her love for the color lilac (some species of heather have lilac flowers) and her favorite food, fruit parfait, which is often made with berries. Waylon: "land by the road". Also derived from the Ancient English name Wieland, from the Germanic words wela (ability) and land (land). In Germanic mythology, Wieland was an unparallelled blacksmith and craftsman. Refers to his talent with new technology and his status as the family's black sheep. Furthermore, his full name is a pun on the expression "lone wolf". Wilhemina: "desire to protect". Refers to her character bio, that suggests that her curiosity could make her a great detective when she is an adult. Gator: diminutive of "alligator". Refers to him being hard to handle.