Mmmm, as you know, I’m not a grammar Nazi (except for subject-verb agreement and active voice–you can split infinitives and dangle participles all you like), but in this case, you need to pay attention to the tense:
He thought she’d forgive him.
That’s me in the picture, btw, goofing off with a Valentine’s Day decoration.
Incidentally, if this wasn’t just a writing prompt but biography: I didn’t forgive him. My people don’t. ;P
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