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Bad Boys Também Amam

Hugo - or rather, Garibaldi - is a bad boy. At least that's what people say about him. He lives with a cigarette between his fingers, the guitar on his back and the feeling that he owes nothing to anyone. The problem is that the feelings he tries to bury inside him often try to show up often, especially when he's around Isabela. Is Hugo really that bad or is there any chance he will end up being the good guy in the whole story?

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