This is my last chapter of this. Hope you like it. The spell I used in this is from Y Tu Mummy Tambien from season five. I thought it fit, just changed a few words. And I couldn't think of a better one.
"It's not working." Paige said worriedly, looking over at Phoebe.
"Come on, Phoebe." Piper said, fear in her voice now. She couldn't help it, they should have been awake by now.
Phoebe gripped the Source's arm, but didn't struggle anymore. Cole wasn't there. Cole wasn't coming for her. She closed her eyes and knew that the Source wouldn't let her out of here.
Just as she could feel herself fading, though, and she opened her eyes, the Source was plowed into. Phoebe fell from his grip.
"Cole!" She cried, beyond relieved. She watched as he fought the Source before getting off him and going to Phoebe.
"Phoebe? What are you doing in here?"
"I came to find you." She said, standing up and holding his hand.
"I'm sorry, Phoebe. He won." Phoebe smiled at him.
"Not yet, he hasn't. You can fight him, and we're going to help." The Source stood and went for Cole. They were fighting again, only Cole was winning. She watched the struggle for several moments but she had to get out. They wouldn't have much time to get this right.
Piper and Paige were getting a little desperate. The couldn't get Phoebe out themselves, only she could do that. Even vanquishing Cole wouldn't work, not with Phoebe still in his mind. Plus, they couldn't vanquish him without the power of three. Just as Piper was feeling the urge to panic, though, Phoebe gasped and sat up.
"Phoebe!" They both knelt next to her.
"The spell!" Phoebe said. "We have to do it now." Her sisters nodded and turned to Cole, who was just beginning to stir. He didn't look like he knew what was going on around him, though.
"Two warring souls now burn inside; Where only one can reside. We call upon the Power of Three To save his soul and set Cole free."
"Two warring souls now burn inside;
Where only one can reside.
We call upon the Power of Three
To save his soul and set Cole free."
Phoebe winced when Cole screamed after they had finished the spell. He gripped his head again and she knew that he was fighting the Source in there. The potion and the spell was meant for that. Finally, she watched as the black cloud was forced out of him not unlike the way it had when he had taken in the Hollow. They darted forward and dragged Cole out of harms way.
"The vanquishing spell." Phoebe said, watching the cloud warily. Unfortunately before they could cast it, the Seer appeared on the opposite side of them. She smiled at them as she stepped forward and the black cloud encircled her and entered her body.
"We have to say the spell!"
"I won't be here long enough for that." The Seer said, her eyes flashing black and she flamed out. Phoebe stood stunned for a moment. They had expected the Seer to show up before that, to try and stop them from freeing Cole. It looked like she had other plans, however.
A groan from her fiancé snapped Phoebe out of her daze and she rushed over to him. She put a hand on his cheek.
"Cole?" His eyes opened and he stared up at her. She helped him sit up. "Are you, well, you?" He smiled, looking exhausted.
"I think so. Thanks to you." She smiled, for the moment not worrying about the Seer or anything else, and threw her arms around him.
"For a second there, I thought I'd lost you." He wrapped his arms around her as well.
"How long do you think they'll stay up there?" Paige asked, sitting down next to Piper on the couch. She smiled at her sister.
"I don't think Phoebe wants to let him out of her sight anytime soon."
"Yeah, well, she's going to have to come down eventually. Now we have a whole new set of worries." Piper nodded, her eyes darkening slightly.
"Yeah. A new Source is in town. How many times do you think we'll have to get rid of him?"
"Well, now that he's in the body of someone who can tell the future…" Piper nodded.
"Yes, but I think that we should let them have at least one night to themselves. They've earned that."
"Hey." Phoebe said, smiling softly when Cole woke up.
"Hey." He said, smiling back at her.
"You feeling alright?" His smile widened and he turned to wrap one arm around her waist.
"I'm good." He brushed her hair off her face. "Thank you." Phoebe shrugged.
"What else was I going to do? I couldn't let you go."
"Yeah, but Phoebe, what about-" She put a finger to his lips, stopping him.
"We'll worry about that tomorrow." She said softly, kissing him. "Tonight's about us." He smiled again.
"Reconnecting?" He asked. She grinned as well, and pulled him even closer to kiss him again.