The very short answer is no. Their relationship ended in the show which is usually the kiss of death for them being 'shipped in any of the ongoing books.
You might enjoy Triangle: Imzadi II which explored their fledgling (and ultimately short-lived and doomed) relationship.
It [the book] revealed new facets of their long and intimate relationship and put
that bond to its ultimate test in a powerful and unforgettable story
that remains one of the most popular Star Trek adventures ever
published. Now David examines the heart of Deanna Troi from an
altogether different perspective, as he reveals for the first time the
full story of Troi's troubled romance with Lieutenant Commander Worf.
At first glance, they cannot be more different. She is an empath,
gentle and acutely sensitive to the needs and feelings of others. He
is a fierce Klingon warrior, dedicated to a harsh and warlike code of
honor. Brought together, however, by a common need to care for
Alexander, Worf's troubled, motherless son, they discover hidden
reserves of courage and compassion within each other and embark on an
unexpected courtship, much to the surprise and discomfort of William
But does Worf's future truly lie with Deanna... or on a distant
outpost called Deep Space 9? And whom indeed shall Troi ultimately
call "imzadi"? Imzadi II is a compelling story, an untold chapter in
the history of the Starship Enterprise.
As to why there aren't any books approaching their future relationship, it would appear that Paramount Licensing didn't want anything to "step on" future plotlines.
Peter [Davis] commented, "What prompted the sequel was being contacted
by John Ordover and told that the marketing people wanted another
Imzadi book. I said, 'What do you mean another one?' John told me the
first one sold so well they want a sequel to it. He then said, 'I have
a great idea. This can be about Troi and Worf.' When TNG ended, Worf
and Troi were an item. When Worf showed up on DS9 there was no sign of
Deanna and she was never mentioned and he looked pissed off. There was
a story there. I told John, 'I don't want to call it Imzadi.' He said
we can call it Imzadi II and I hated that. What we were discussing was
a completely different book and a different style. If we call it
Imzadi in any way, shape, or form it is going to make people make
comparisons. I can tell you right now that the comparisons will make
the sequel suffer. The first book was a romantic story where
everything goes right and the second one by definition will be about
the total destruction of a romance. It is not going to end happily.
The compromise we came up with was the title was going to be Triangle
and in very small print it would say Imzadi II. That is what I was
promised and they swore they would do. So what happens is the cover
shows Imazdi II in gargantuan print and Triangle really small which
totally pissed me off."
Peter continued, "The other thing that infuriated me was that at the
end of the book, I had Riker propose to Troi. Let's have something
major happen here. The TV show is off the air, so what the hell? Let
them get engaged. The studio would not let us do it because it could
step on future story lines. I was left with my head banging against
the wall because I had a great scene and I had to trash it and I hated
to rewrite it and I hate that chapter and I wish to God we could
reprint with the chapter I wanted to do in which he proposes and she
accepts. The book is remarkably frustrating to me. The comparisons
are odious because the books are so different, it's really apples and
oranges and the ending is not even remotely what I wanted to do."
Voyages of Imagination: The Star Trek Fiction Companion