Cardiac magnetic resonance (MR) imaging provides a powerful imaging tool for clinical diagnosis. However, due to the constraints of magnetic resonance (MR) physics and reconstruction algorithms, dynamic MR imaging takes a long time to scan. Recently, deep learning has achieved preliminary success in MR reconstruction. Compared with the classical iterative optimization algorithms, the deep learning based methods can get improved reconstruction results in shorter time. However, most current deep convolutional neural network (CNN) based methods use mean square error (MSE) as the loss function, which might be a reason for image smooth in the reconstruction. In this work, we propose to employ edge-enhanced constraint for loss function and explore different types of total variation on network training. Encouraging performances have been achieved.